Castel di Fiume, of which only the tower remains, was built in the 13th century by the noble Fiume family and had a troubled military life as a defensive reference for all the neighboring towns. At the end of the 15th century it suffered so much damage and devastation that it suffered a slow abandonment, up to a very recent restoration.
The quadrangular tower is made of sandstone, has pointed-arched windows and is spread over six levels. On the tower there are the dovecote holes, used to capture birds, and on its top there are brick corbels.
Loc. Pian di Marte
Passignano sul Trasimeno