This dispersed village with preserved homesteads features typical architectural elements.
In a distance, away from the homesteads, there stands a real peculiarity of the village: a church of a Karst and Istrian style, set up above the edge of the abyss – the Church of St Stephen. The church from the 13 century is a Roman single-nave church of the “Istrian group”, with Gothic paintings and statues, Renaissance wooden altar and terracotta pavement. The bell tower of the church was built in 1521.
You can also visit the remains of a medieval fort in the Karst wall.
Although there are no inhabitants in the village, it is brought back to life on the 26th of December. On Saint Stephen’s Day, the blessing of horses takes place here.