In the centre of the village is a single-nave Gothic church built in the 13th century – the Church of the Assumption of Mary – besides which is a 25-metre-high Aquileia-type bell tower that was erected in 1841 and into which the relief of Mary with child was built.

The church was reconstructed in the 15th century (in its place stood a significantly smaller church that did not have a bell tower, but two bells in the bell-gable above the main entrance). In 1493, the church was dedicated by Jakob Valaresso, the bishop of Koper. Hanging next to the altar is a painting by the artist Tone Kralj, who also painted the presbytery in the years 1944–1945. The altar is additionally decorated with statues of Saints Cyril and Methodius.

At the graveyard, you can see the Chapel of the Grieving Mother of God built in 1858.