Church of St Kuzma and St Damjan
This Renaissance-style (15C-16C) church stands proudly in the centre of a tiny square, wedged between the village houses. Inside note the diptych of the Virgin and Christ (15C) and the master altar adorned with an Italian painting of its patron saints. The loggia in front of the edifice was formerly the tribunal. The square used to be where sales and agreements were made, festivals held and criminals pilloried. Below, admire the Romanesque chapel of Our Lady of the Rock (Sv. Marija) and its shingle roof.
open during services: 7am-9am, 6pm-7pm