The historic center of Giove is a typical example of a medieval town. On our arrival, we will find an intricate weave of alleys and little streets to welcome us, which intertwine, enclosed within the medieval walls and display overlapping stairs, arches and buttresses. The ancient heart of Giove is known as the "Borgo Vecchio", the Old Town, and the "IHS" monogram of San Bernardino can be seen at the entrance gate, the saint who evangelized these lands at the beginning of the 15th century. The most famous and unique building is Palazzo Ducale, which encloses a distinctive feature, as if it were a secret, which makes it utterly unique. It has 365 windows, one for every day of the year. If you want to immerse yourself deeply in the ancient atmosphere of Giove, you are well worth visiting the parish church, which holds a precious canvas depicting the "Assumption", which is attributed to the school of Niccolò di Liberatore, known as Alunno, and the Church of San Rocco, with its 16th-century frescoes. History and art, culture and traditional hospitality – a trip to Giove is an experience to be remembered and a story to tell.