- Church of S.Clemente
You get there following a mountain path from Vezza village all the way up to a rocky spur from which you can enjoy a beautiful view of the valley below. The bell tower is the only part still standing from the original middle ages building. It is scanned by a double layout of mullioned windows. The whole church structure has been remodeled in the XVI century. It is believed that near the church there was a xenodochium. It was to be found out that, though the church was erected at a given altitude from the valley bottom , it was once located on the ancient transit road, which was running along mid-way.