A single-nave church of Saint Andrew has a simple facade from the 17th c., and the remains of the Romanesque-Byzantine frescos that date from the end of the 12th c.
A single-nave church of St. Andrew and St. Peter the Elder’s (near the market) has an unremarkable 17th century facade, but other parts date back to the 5th and 6th centuries. Through the apse you enter the very unusual church of St. Peter the Elder, also from the early Middle Ages. Both contain fragments of the Romanesque-Byzantine frescoes that date from the end of the 12th c. The south side wall and the apse were built in the 5th c. Next to it´s apse is a little church of St. Peter the Elder’s with elements from the ancient period.
The atmospheric interiors are now used as exhibition spaces.