The medieval Church of St Florian is located near a steep rocky hill above the village.
The three-nave church built in 1860 has a presbytery, a smaller set of attached buildings and a bell tower. The wall and the towers of the former camp built in defence against the Turkish invasion is also preserved, which is why the entire complex belongs among the most important examples of camp architecture in Slovenia.
You can also visit the smaller Gothic Church of St Michael and its bell tower (1851) by the cemetery.
A chapel constructed in 1898 can be found in front of the village.