Zungoli is a village about 60 km out of Avellino, in Campania. With the aim of requalifying the historical centre in Zungoli, the Municipality joins the 1 Euro Houses Project. Zungoli is renowed for its “gradoni” (steps) and houses made of bare stone. The old buildings, functional to the agricultural activities, are an integral part of the natural landscape. The Fortress, built to defend the village from the Byzantine incursions, is imposing. The harmony of the square of the castle is fascinating. Today it is used as a civilian home of the Marquises Susanna di Sant’Eligio. Churches and noble palaces are everywhere in the historic centre of Zugoli, in the maze of alleys paved with lava stone. Zungoli has concentrated in time a rich artisan activity with different and laborious workshops, of which today remains a blacksmith who produces wrought iron objects. From the redevelopment of the old town, with the sale for just 1 Euro of uninhabited and abandoned houses, Zungoli expects a revival of the local economy and significant tourist repercussions.