Rocca Sant’Angelo has an urban structure of the fourteenth century of great historical interest. The village, very well preserved, has two gates, one towards the mountain and the second towards the valley, consisting of a round arch. This urban structure is common to most of the settlements scattered along the crest of a hill. Past the gate towards the valley there is a second wall. In the mountain, there are the remains of a keep (cassero), i.e. a structure used to build walls into which the concrete was thrown to be then solidified. The interior of the castle and the church of Santa Maria just outside the complex are worth seeing.