Also rich and remarkable is the Šaleška dolina sacral heritage as there is no shortage of churches and church buildings either. Particularly interesting is the Church of Sv. Andrej situated at the foot of the Šalek castle. Its almost pristine Gothic design is invaluable for the study of medieval mindset in the valley. External and internal parts of the building feature decorative frescoes. The original Gothic pavement has been preserved in the presbytery while portals and windows, in particular the decorative architecture, likewise have high artistic value. In town there are also the church of Sv. Martin, which is one of the oldest churches in the Šaleška dolina valley, and Mati božja (Mother of God), a Gothic church refurbished in the 18th century and featuring rich décor and furnishings; in addition, there are several other, more or less preserved sacral structures in the area.