Chiesa di Sant'Antonio
- Daily: H. 8.00-12.30/ 15.00-18.00
On the square of Saint Anthony you may visit the homonymous church dating back to the sixteenth century, which was formerly dedicated to st. Mary of Constantinople.
The annexed monastery was transformed into a hospital in 1881 and is still the first aid place of the town. It has a nice cloister with a square garden. The three-naved interior is rich in seventeenth century canvasses, including works by Gaspar Hovic and a canvas representing a Madonna with her child and saints by the Padovanino; in the apse, at the back of the main altar (under which there is the tomb of the family Radulovich) there is the wooden choir in venetian style (1768).