The village of Valvasone maintains its medieval aspect intact, consisting of pretty streets and ancient houses with arcades.
The imposing castle, which dominates the homonymous square, houses late Gothic and Renaissance frescoes and a precious 18th century wooden theater.
The Cathedral of the Holy Body of Christ, which owes its name to the relic of the miracle of the Sacred Tablecloth preserved in it, houses a monumental organ, the only example in Italy of Venetian organ-making of the ‘500, embellished by the stupendous artistic frame of the Pordenone and Pomponio Amalteo.
The Church of Ss. Pietro, Paolo and Antonio Abate, once a hospital that gave refuge to pilgrims and wayfarers, preserves valuable frescoes from the 1500s and a portative organ from the 1600s. The cloister of the former Convent of the Servites is also fascinating, built in the 15th century and today partially rebuilt on the ancient foundations.
In September the “Medioevo a Valvasone” takes place, with the medieval artisans’ market, the armed brolo, the medieval candlelit dinner and many other appointments, events and animations.