The Church of St Mary Magdalene can be found in this village and it features a Renaissance altar, a Renaissance portal and a Venetian-style bell tower (built between the years 1872 and 1887). You can admired a stained glass design representing St Mary Magdalena and the Holy Family in both church windows. The church was first dedicated in 1422 and it was completely rebuilt around the year 1580. It was supposedly damaged during the Venetian-Austrian wars, which was probably followed by a larger renovation and a new dedication in 1665. Afterwards, the church was renovated once again in 1795 (which is indicated by the inscription on the portal) and again recently between the years 2003 and 2006.
The stone portal in the presbytery is the only architectural element that has been preserved from the original church.