Above this municipality, nestled between the valleys of the Vedrette di Ries-Aurina Nature Park, rise the walls of castel Tures, one of the best-preserved castles in South Tyrol, with precious furnishings and a finely frescoed chapel. Reminiscent of a manor house, despite being a private residence, is the Neumelans House, with towers at the four corners. The parish church of the Assumption is a late Gothic masterpiece, embellished with a spired bell tower and a sumptuous interior with a high altar. A further collection of sacred artworks is housed in the adjacent Parish Museum, where the original statues of the altar of St Nicholas of Caminata can also be found. However, the church is worth a visit for its 15th-century frescoes, a veritable treasure trove of South Tyrolean art, which were brought to light after a recent restoration. The same goes for the Gothic church of San Maurizio, with its painted wooden sculpture group.