1. St. Kirik. One of the cutest small churches of Istria. The first church was built on that place already in the 11th century, then in 1886 it was renewed.
2. Prehistoric castellum. From the bronze age till the antiquity (Ancient Romans arrival) Histri people lived in hundreds of fortified hilltop villages. The one NW of St. Kirik was very big. Still today, you can see remains of a long wall, encircling the summit plateau on all sides, except on the W side where steep cliffs were protecting the village. heaps of stone are even today a few meters high and wide, so the wall must had been a really strong one. Otherwise, the site is archeologically still not explored. You can walk withing the walls and you will not see much.