The nucleated settlement on the flat slope consists of homesteads in levels. The architecture is distinguished by entrance portals, external staircases with a “baladur” (covered terrace), “spahnjenica” – a space with an open fireplace and chimney, which is built to the house, specially designed chimneys and fountains.

Approximately two kilometres before the village, two hemispherical Venetian towers are preserved at the foot of the hill, which the locals call “Starci” – old folks.

You can also visit the chapel before the village (from 1882) and the Monument to the Fallen Fighters of the National Liberation War (build in 1954).