The castle had the typical layout of Aosta Valley early medieval castles. It had an irregular line of walls, which housed a series of structures such as the large square tower (donjon) and a small chapel, the only ones remaining now
The donjon is square in plan, with a side of more than 5.5 m. It was the castle's keep and the residence of the castellan or the lord. The entrance was at some 5 metres from the ground. .
The Romanesque chapel, dedicated to St. Martin, has a single nave with a length of 8 metres, ending in a semicircular apse.
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