The Bisceglie Castle was built in the Early Middle Ages, exactly in 1070, it flourished under Lombard nomination and it was preyed on by the Arabs. It became first a place of worship during the hours of rest and later used as warehouse and as an oil mill.
The entrance door in the city walls is supposed to be a war trophy imported in 1100s and shows influences from Arabic architecture with its detailed capitals and pointed arch.
The two sighting towers and the interior of a small Romanic church, devoted to the local patron saint “Nicola”, with its elegant single-light windows, which is now deconsecrated and transformed into an enchanting setting for civil wedding ceremonies.
The venue is equipped with 11 cozy rooms.
Charming and elegant receptions can be arranged in one of the indoor, amazing halls or in the gardens that surround the castle.