The medieval Church of St Jerome has a gable roof and is partly covered by platy limestone. It has a simple main portal, a bell tower and interior paintings. The flat-ended presbytery has a barrel vault shape.

The church was restored and blessed in 1883 and at that time it supposedly had one bell.

It is surrounded by a wall of the former cemetery.

In front of the village you can also find Mary’s Chapel that was constructed in 1895. It has a rectangular floor plan, a gable roof and a small altar with a statue of Mary in its interior.