To see in the area
Located in the upper part of the village, it was rebuilt in 1779 on design by the architect Pietro Belli.
The Latin cross and the two beautiful chapels near the transept are in neoclassical style with some Baroque elements.
The majestic altar by Michele Rusconi from Lugano and the painting depicting the Annunciation of the Virgin (XVII century) are worth a visit.
You can also admire the painting by Giambattista della Rocca Contrada (1606), some works by Ribera, a wooden sculpture depicting the Risen Christ (1781) and two paintings by Ercole Ramazzini, a pupil of Lorenzo Lotto.