On top of Šublenta, a 351-meter high hill, there is the Church of the Nativity of Mary erected in the 17th century on the location of a former Benedictine abbey. In the paleocroatian period, the time of the migration of Croats in the 6th and 7th centuries, this hill hosted their pagan shrine. Before that and after the arrival of the Romans, the site features an Illyric fortified borough of a circular layout and protected by walls. Today pilgrims gather here on 8 September, the feast of the Birth of the Virgin Mary.