As a certain interest for visitors is the historic center of the village, though not extended, is an example of the Abruzzo mountain architecture among the most significant in the area, un'ormai established tradition he then does, the evocative setting of the nativity scene of Campo di Giove.
Here you will find "Casa Quaranta" (sec. XV) today multipurpose center with: museum of "local arts and traditions", library, reading room, Internet Point and exhibitions of the sculptor's works campogiovese Liborio Pensa.
In the central square is Alberto Duval instead Palazzo Nanni (sec. XVI) with an adjoining courtyard used as a public park.
Another historical building, which now houses the town hall, is Palazzo Ricciardi (sec. XVIII), the scene of a gun battle in the distant August 14, 1862 between the then owners and a group of "bandits" who attempted the assault.
Being in the heart of Abruzzo and with a territory protected by the Majella National Park for more than 90% of its extension, Campo di Giove is undoubtedly an ideal destination for nature lovers and mountain, the starting point for the peaks of Porrara (m. 2137) Monte Coccia (m. 1652), Tavola Rotonda (d. 2405) and Monte Amaro (m. 2795).
The town surrounded by woods and pine forests offers the opportunity to "touch" the specific flora and fauna wealth of the area.
Beautiful walks at all challenging, allow the visit to enchanting places and full of charm as the natural reserve in the Ticino lake or the observatory Pine Cube.