The Cathedral of St. Nicholas of Bari was built in the '30s on the existing cathedral. The present appearance presents a mix of architectural styles: Romanesque, Gothic and Arab-Norman. The portal and the arch of the choir come from the original church, as well as the altar and pulpit in walnut inlaid. From the main entrance, a pointed arch, it can see the Belvedere over the Mount Etna and the Bay of Naxos. The bell tower, set back from the facade, has some beautiful mullioned windows and a plaque in greek-Byzantine style of the tenth century. The interior has a single nave, houses two eighteenth century statues depicting the Madonna and some paintings of value: "Madonna Enthroned with Child between St. Rocco and Michele" (XVI century), "Marriage of Mary and Joseph" (XVI century ) and "San Michele" (eighteenth century).