This church, dedicated to the Saints Vitale and Biagio, was built in the Seventeenth century to replace the ancient parish. On the façade there is a sandstone entrance door. Inside there are some Seventeenth century paintings with wood ancones, a baptismal font in worked stone and a Sixteenth century polyptych, which is rare in mountain areas: five tables representing Saint Mary with the child among the Saints Antonio Abate, Lucia, Vitale and Augustine. It is open during Sunday masses and precept days.