Hotel Villa Santina, Restaurants Villa Santina, Bed and breakfast Villa Santina, Holiday Farms Villa Santina
- 13,00 sq. km
- 363 m a.s.l.
- P. Venezia, 1
- 33029 - Villa Santina (UD)
Invillino, the Ibligo mentioned by Paolo Diacono in his Historia Langobardorum, is one of the Carnic villages that boast the remotest origins: on Santino hill, in fact, a Roman settlement dating from the 1st-7th centuries AD was found, while on Colle di Zucca, not far from the small church of S.Maria del Ponte, a religious complex of the early 5th century was discovered. The Pieve of S. Maria di Invillino, standing on a terrace facing the town, is one of the historic buildings of Carnia, probably dating to the 6th-7th centuries, even though it is only mentioned since the 11th century. It used to contain an exquisite wooden polyptych by Domenico da Tolmezzo (1488), which, replaced with a faithful replica, was moved to the Diocesan Museum in Udine for safety from theft. The small church of S. Maria del Sasso is a picturesque sight. Several houses with stone portals and wide graceful arches are scattered in the territory.