Along the route of the ancient via Regina, in the hamlet of Vergonzago in Moltrasio, stands the small but precious church of S. Agata.
The church has an interesting wall structure in living stone, the famous “stone of Moltrasio”, with decoration with arches and small ashlars. On the external wall towards the mountain you can see a very deteriorated Renaissance fresco with the Martyrdom of St. Agatha, near a large St. Sebastian of the late Gothic period.
The church was built in two fairly close times: initially it included a chapel with two bays with a cross vault, a semicircular apse and a bell tower; shortly afterwards, a side aisle was added towards the lake and another bays were added to the main aisle. The interior is therefore characterized by two naves ending in semicircular apses communicating through round arches in correspondence of the bays. The main portal leads into the left aisle where, above the altar, hangs an interesting wooden Renaissance crucifix with poly-lobed ends.