Chiesa San Gregorio
The church of st. Gregory, standing in St. Nicholas' square, goes back to the times of the byzantine domination. The façade and the Apsis have windows decorated with forms of rosary beads. The church, presenting three apses stretching out, was reconstructed in the XII century. The inside consists of three naves, the walls are completely bare.
Valuable is the nice crucifix, likely dating back to the XVII century and executed by an anonymous artist.