The Church of S. Michele Arcangelo, initially Chiesa di S.Angelo, is located on the ancient square of the Comune in Via Castello. Its origin dates back to the twelfth century, but its current layout is a work of considerable artistic interest of the fifteenth century. Although there are three portals of which, that of Gothic-Renaissance access and the two sixteenth-century side, is a single nave church with a large studio and raised presbytery. The two side portals gave access to the Oratory of the Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament, the other to the ancient Benedictine Monastery. Inside the church there are appreciable frescoes of the presbytery referable to Dalmatian workers of the 400; and the frescoes along the side walls including the one representing the Mystery of Human Salvation attributed to Maestro Giacomo Bonfini from Patrignone. In recent years the Parish has been working on the recovery with reconstruction of the former Benedictine monastery, the restoration of the interior frescoes in the nave, and the reopening of the Crypt.