The church of Santa Maria Assunta, near the baronial castle was restored in 1856, at the behest of Pope Leo XIII and has neoclassical lines. The facade is characterized by a large portico with four columns with Ionic capitals and a pediment with the coat of arms of the Pecci. The façade is characterized by its bell towers being visible from a distance.
The interior has three naves and the church ends with an apse where you can admire the painting of the Assumption of Mary. Of particular interest is a fresco of the Madonna delle Cerase, a triptych depicting the Virgin and Child Enthroned with cherries, and some paintings depicting St. Thomas, St. Augustine and St. Rocco.