On the hill where the town of Norman origin rises you will breathe that healthy which was the salvation of Manfredi, beloved son of Frederick II, who was here at the point of death following a battle against the papal army. The Palazzesi have preserved the memory of those years, naming the main street after the young Swabian, the same street that led from the palace to the stables. You can also enjoy the cool local waters – appreciated by the handsome prince – a nearly 40 km long aqueduct leading up to Canosa di Puglia. Very little remains, however, of the hundreds of acres of woodland covered by Frederick of Swabia during his famous hunting. The landscape, however, does not disappoint visitors who travel to the town of Norman origin who has linked its history to that of the Palace: the castle overlooking a charming and very wide landscape that extends between the verdant hills of the Vulture and the Karst Plateau Murge.