On the hill on the south-western side of the village you can see the single-nave Church of St Justin and St Euphemia, which has a 3/8 closed presbytery and an independently standing bell tower. It was built in 1906. The façade has a neoclassical shape.

Additionally, you can visit the Church of St Cyricus that is located near the former fort. The church with a mediaeval design and a low bell tower was first renovated in 1886 (a portal was added) and again in 1940 (the presbytery was demolished). The roof is covered with platy limestone. A cemetery surrounded by a wall erected in 1942 can be found near the church.

In the house at the address Sočerga 1, you can also visit a chapel, which was supposedly built in the first half of the 20th century.