I must confess that if it wasn't working needs, I would never visit Roccantica, nor even knowing it existence.
But, since I was there, I had a look.
It is something nice, out of the beaten paths and roads, deserving a detour.
The village has only six hundred and some inhabitants, and its site is beautifully preserved. They bet in tourism and are proud of their medieval festival, that I never saw, but, with the friendships we made, maybe I will, one day. I saw the hundreds of traditional costumes to use in the festival, and heard that they are already more than the whole population. So… Go there, and volunteer.
Located in the main square, this church from the 12Th century was transformed in a war memorial, with a big romanesque tower. We couldn't enter it.