Near the village Milohnići there is a real gem of sacral architecture on the island of Krk. A stone church is hidden in the thick forest, available only to the eyes of the visitors when they arrive to the gravel village road. It was built in the 12th century in the Romanesque style of a central edifice with three-apse ending. It is enclosed by thick walls almost like a fortification, with merely an indication of small cross-like window openings. It belonged to the Benedictine monastery of St Michael in Krk, and the sources mention that it stopped being used already in the second half of the 16th century. Archaeological research established that the church emerged within a late antique, probably farm building.