Church of St Pelagius and St Maximus
Time Out says
Known to locals as simply the ‘Cathedral’, the Church of St Pelagius and St Maximus dates back to the early Christian period – or, at least, in its first incarnation. Later rebuilds, several of them, took place between the 15 th and 18 th centuries, hence the Baroque flourishes such as the altar. But look hard enough and you can still see traces from a thousand years ago, such as the window frames in the north wall. Sadly the Romanesque crypt is out of bounds,
but it contains ecclesiastical artefacts from the early medieval era.