This is yet another castle named after the French Clermont or
Chiaramonte family, although its origins could be older.
The castle stands at the northern edge of the town before a gentle
slope. It makes an irregular rhomboid with 2 D shaped
towers to the east. All 4 sides of the enceinte have internal
buildings which have been converted into flats.
Why not join me at other Sicilian
castles? Information on this and other tours can be found at Scholarly
Paul Martin Remfry