Nearby is the church of San Bartolomeo.
It is a Romanesque church building dating back to the first half of the twelfth century.
The original building has remained in almost perfect condition, and the semicircular apse is particularly interesting for the external and interior decoration that characterizes it.
The columns of the apse are joined together at the top, by a series of light arches that rest on finely carved tops and simple arch stones, some of which are decorated with anthropomorphic carvings.
The structure has a single nave apse culminating in a pointed arch that divides it. Inside you will see frescoes from both the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.