Constructed around the 12th century, the fortress was purposefully built on the slopes for optimal defensibility and great vantage point of the hills. It was able to repel attacks from the Turks. Nowadays, the outside walls are teeming with vineyards and fine wine. From spring to autumn, you can immerse yourself in the Fortress Museum with armors, antiques and age-old art. The fortress is also a great venue for celebrations and seminars.
This fortress' origin can be traced back to 12th century. It withstood an attack from the Turks in the 16th century. In the 1820, it was acquired by the Princess of Liechtenstein but was handed to the town a hundred years later.