Built in roman style around 1072 over a V century paleochristian basilica with three naves and three
Parts of the external walls and apses of the old building are still
visible; even the crypt, dedicated to St. Anthony, could be in the initial presbytarial area which was later raised due to the frequent inundations of the
The parish church was restored in 1600 and in 1726 a harmonious two-winged colonnade was added which englobes the two chapels of San Michele and of Santa Marta; the former contains an 18th century painting depicting The Holy Virgin between Saint Michael and Saint Vincent and above the latter was the
The inside of the church is rich with
paintings, vestments and church plates often placed in impressive marble alterpieces from the 1700s. In the chapel of San Francesco hangs an oil painting of
"St. Francis receiving the stigmata" and in the adjacent chapel "La Crucifissione tra i disciplini" and in the third a 1600s painting of "San Gerolamo".
Under the pulpit with wooden organ from the 1700s we can still read two Christian funeral inscriptions on the wall dating 502 and 508. On the right in the chapel of San Biagio a 1600 painting is kept with a "Miracle of the Saint", and on the next alter we find a frontal of scagliola with floral decorations and with birds hidden among the baroque volutes. In the chapel dedicated to San Giuseppe we find an alter-piece of the Holy Family with the Everlasting Father and the Holy Spirit ascribed to Giovanni Baglione a pupil of
On the walls of the presbytary there are two large paintings depicting St. Vincent before the sultan" and the Martyrdom of the Saint" both signed by Michelangelo Bellotti in 1735.
In the vestry, together with the door to the ancona of the organ, the faithful reproduction of an elegant gold cross of the famous chiseller Francesco Ser Gregori is kept, the original one having being stolen.