The parish church of San Vittorio Martirewas built from 1835 to 1838 thanks to donations from Annamaria of Savoy and her mother. It is located only a stone’s throw from the old town centre and features a plain facade with a square bell tower. It has a single nave, reached via the main entrance steps or along a ramp on the right.
Inside the church, visitors can admire the wooden panels carved by the Sardinian artist Liliana Canu, as well as precious artefacts such as the silverware donated byMaria Theresa of Austria in 1811, the wooden statue of the Assumption, the Living Crucified Christ and an icon of St. Matthew from Russia, attributed to the Stroganov school.
A word of advice: if you look north from behind the church, you’ll enjoy a magnificent view of Rena Bianca beach.