Royal Park


Erected in 1769 by the architect Francesco Collecini, the Castelluccia is a blockhouse in an octagonal shape, planned for the military drills of King Ferdinand IV. In the nineteenth century it was transformed into a place of entertainment and pleasure, surrounded by a garden in which one can identify various examples of magnolia, monkey puzzle and palm as well as a Chinese pagoda made of tin, built in keeping with the fashion of the day.