St Peter-and-St Paul's Church, Romanesque style with dome and apse from 19th century.
The ancient part of the Church appears to date from 1130. The Church, built in 12th and 13th centuries was a Romanesque building.
Over the centuries, successive works added a gothic touch.
The ancient statement of the Church was deeply altered by the general restoration from 1875 to 1885.
Renaissance substantially transformed the building, which had probably been damaged by the one hundred years war.