The Romanesque-Gothic St. Gilles' Church is first mentioned in 1184. It was rebuilt in the 14th century - the new Gothic structure was built within the original Romanesque church. Further reconstructions were in 1573 and 1883.
The thick north-western stone wall and the huge tower have been preserved from the original Romanesque building.

The single-aisled church with the Gothic presbytery is arched with tracery vault with six-pointed stars, the oldest of this type in Bohemia - it was a model for similar buildings, e.g. in the Český Krumlov chateau.