Currently there are about thirty people, which increases during the summer, many residing in cities like Rome and Spoleto.
It is part of an environmental system to the boundary between the hilly and mountain that still retains the character of a medieval landscape, with the castle, the village, tower-houses near the walls, small fields surrounded by hedges, the white roads access marked by vegetation, the Majesty at intersections and terraces full of olive trees.
The castle remains intact much of the fourteenth-century structure is well preserved in the long stretches of walls and towers of the smaller buildings inside and outside the fortified center.
Presents the typical circular walls with the installation of the small village grew up along the access road to the side of the plain.
Well preserved are the only gateway with defensive devices and public building on the side of the church, which opens onto an attractive paved square with the typical cobblestone area.
The church of San Donato, of Romanesque origin, has been modified several times in the Baroque period, especially in the interior, where, as a result of recent renovations, there were votive frescoes relating to the fifteenth century.
Tradition has it that the castle was founded in the mid-tenth century by Rovero of Champeaux, who had the lordship. Frederick I, Henry VI and Frederick II Always confirm the jurisdiction of the castle of the counts of Campello favored because the Swedes against the Church.
In 1247 Cardinal Capocci recognized related to the possession of Campello town of Spoleto.
The animosity of the Counts of Campello, against the Church, however, had to be evident even in 1326, when Silver, of the Counts of Campello, picked up the militias to take it back.
Only in 1390 the Counts of Campello, gave to the farmers the place, their feudal rights over the castle.
From that time, until the eighteenth century it was annexed to the city of Spoleto, became an independent municipality.