Along the road leading to Baška, near Jurandvor, there are the remains of an old Christian sacral structure from the 5th century, discovered recently, when a mosaic floor of an old church appeared under the plough field. The structure emerged as an adaptation of an earlier antique construction which was transformed into a church. This is a three-nave church with a flat back wall with an inscribed apse, architecturally rather characteristic for northern Adriatic, Istria, Dalmatia and northern Italy. The mosaic even preserved the name of the donor Saprilla who had the apse built. Besides Saprilla, the mosaic church floor contains the names of other members of Baška church community who invested into its making. The church vestibule (narthex) contained tombs, among which there is also a sarcophagus.