St. Christopher’s Chapel was built around the 15th century. The elongated interior space is accessed through a lintelled door under the atrium. It’s more expansive on the left with three empty chapels on the left side with a separate roof from double-eave wooden one over the temple supported by three pointed transverse drop ribs which divide the nave into four sections. They’re sustained by the walls and pilasters.
3 km from the town; take the road to the chapels.