Serino: two Castles. D'Orano Castle and the Castle Ruin.

D'Orano Castle is now in private hands.

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Serino Castle is a ruin and it belongs to the Municipality of Serino.

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HISTORICAL NOTES | TOURIST INFORMATION

Historical notes

D'Orano Castle is located along the road that takes you to Mount Terminio. It was built by Angelo Rutoli in 1609.

Today the Fortress is in private hands, it has a quadrilateral layout with round angle-towers and an interior courtyard. The fortified walls of the Castle are armed with strong battlements. The round Towers are not more than twelve m. high.

The Castle was damaged by several earthquakes and for a long period completely abandoned. Lately the Castle has been restored and underwent several changes that transformed its original structure.


The Castle ruins in Serino

Furthermore, another ancient Fortress rose at 600 m. altitude. Now we can only find the Walls and several ruins of it.

 

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  • Accommodation
  • Hotel La Campagnola - via Roma 14 - tel.: +39.0825.512658 - Santa Lucia di Serino
  • Hotel Don Lorenzo - via Terminio 24 - tel.: +39.594240 - Serino
  • Hotel Olimpo 2 - Via Campovelli - tel.: +39.0825.542700 - Serino
  • Hotel Serino - via Terminio 119 - tel.: +39.0825.594901 - Serino

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Religious Tourism

Come to Irpinia. It's beautiful.

The Sanctuary of "SS. Philomena", Mugnano del Cardinale

The Sanctuary of Carpignano, Grottaminarda

The Sanctuary of "Maria SS. di Montevergine", Mercogliano

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