Palazzo Marini (today Bonamici) is a large late Mannerist building designed so as to adapt to the slope of the road. It is characterized by an imposing portal: two twisted columns with Ionic legged elephant capitals supporting a balcony. All with stone manufacturing embossed with a diamond shaped tip. The style is typical of the Kingdom of Naples as are the frescoes in the inner rooms. It has remarkable coffered ceilings and monumental fireplace.