Castle of Agrate, of which few original parts remain after it was damaged in 1400
Castle of Coturbia, also modified
Parish church of San Vittore, documented as early as 978
Baptistry of Agrate, in Romanesque style. It is dedicated to St. John the Baptist. The lower section (based over a Roman edifice) dates to about 930, while the upper one is from about 1120. It has an octagonal plan, with a small portal surmounted by a single mullioned window. Further triple, blind mullioned windows decorate each face of the building, as well as Lombard bands. The interior has some 15th-century frescoes.