The chapel of Santa Maria Assunta rises from the XII century at the end of an avenue of cypress trees on a small hillock, at the confluence of the Zena canal with the Idice river. This church, along with a few scattered houses, is what remains of Pizzocalvo, important community until the end of '700.
Sunday: 9,30am - 11am. During the religious services, the tourist visit could be limited or suspended. Opening times can be subjected to little changes. For further information please call: +39 051 6255078.