Sant'Antonio Abate Chapel in Ville
Situated in the hamlet of Ville, in the old town of Arnad. At a first glance the depiction of the saint frescoed on the facade stands out. The entrance is protected by the large projection from the roof, the beam of which has the date 1785 inscribed on it. On the south-western edge there is a small bell tower with a square shaped base, with four single lancet windows in the bell cell and an octagonal spire with four pinnacles. From all the villages people would come down to ask for the protection of the saint for animals and the tradition is still maintained today with a beautiful celebration organised by two priors, chosen year after year, for the 17th of January, the feast day of Saint Anthony the Great.