The church of Saints Audenzio and Caterina preserves, on the north side, next to the modern bell tower (1792), the evocative twelfth-century bell tower, one of the oldest along the lake coast.


It is decorated with wall-mounted bow sets of three-faced groups in each place, showing a crude and uncertain work.

The historian Verzone dated the bell tower to the period 1075-1100, just for the type of masonry that showed herringbone cobblestones and also for the decoration of bows without pilasters.