To welcome the visitor to the beginning of the village is the chapel of Saint Rocco.
The chapel of ancient origin, probably seventeenth-century, but which is presented today in a reconstruction of the early twentieth century, gave its name to the village and once also to the street that leads to the center of the village. The name of the street was then changed, in post-unification, in via Roma.
Chapel is much loved and cared for by the inhabitants of the village who organize the feast of the saint with a procession, blessing and distribution of the “breads of Saint Rocco” on August 16th.
For more information: https://www.beweb.chiesacattolica.it/houses/house/62435/Cappella+di+San+Rocco