Parish Church of St. Rocco
The parish church of Galižana is dedicated to St. Roch. The bell tower (17th century) with the parish church, 36m high, is slightly similar to the one in Aquila. Above the door to the bell tower is a coat of arms with a roaring lion.
On the facade of the church, above the main entrance, there is a carving of a Greek cross, probably a remnant of a former sacral building. Five altars are decorated with finely carved wooden and marble pillars.
In the niche apse there is a statue of St. Roch, a French pilgrim who, upon arrival in Italy, performed miraculous healing for those suffering from plague. On the two sides of the chapel there are statues, St. Peter and St. Paul. The church is in the center of the town.