The Church of St. Michael Archangel was built in the 13th century.
The extremely simple façade, of square blocks of sandstone, is enlivened by the late 16th century portal which has a carved peperino frame with a triangular tympanum that features an elegant dentilled decoration, which has sadly been broken.
The entrance leads into a small area with wooden walls that acts as a filter. Each of the three walls holds a door, all have gilded decorations. Above is the organ gallery in painted wood which can be reached by a narrow staircase to the left of the entrance and which still holds traces of the instrument.
The interior is empty as the church is not used for worship. It has a nave with a wooden trussed ceiling and a simple brick floor, laid in the last century.