The town rises on a hill on the banks of the River Zion, to 336 m high. The configuration of the streets and the constant presence of walls indicate the importance that was formerly. The beautiful view is from the village, reinforced by the building of the church and the castle attracts attention and invites to visit. Castrale was a people governed by the castle. The population was formed with a rounded plant. Today the streets surrounding the castle, the church and square with slight slopes and paths zigzag up the slope to save the River.