Church of San Francesco
The Church of St. Francis of Assisi, dating from the sixteenth century, is a perfectly preserved monument. It can be visited during the Mass for the Carmelite Sisters.
The Church of Saint Francis of Assisi, originally built in the sixteenth century, but restored in the eighteenth century, is worth a visit for the perfect state of preservation. La facciata si presenta piuttosto semplice. . The front side is quite simple, whereas the interior, with a nave with two railings on the sides, is quite bright and austere. The wooden carved gilded altar is beautiful, as well as the reliquary and the custody of the SS. Sacramento. Next to the church there is the Convent of the Capuchin Friars, from the eighteenth century. Its charming cloister is paved with suggestive flagstones of local stone, with a well in the centre, in keeping with the tradition of quiet and charming Franciscan constructions. The church, which lies along a driveway surrounded by tall cypress trees, can be visited in the late afternoon on weekdays, during the celebration of the Mass for the Carmelite Missionary Sisters of St. Therese of the Child Jesus.