The country is all a discovery: wherever there are corners very characteristic, even for the appearance of the nineteenth-century village kept carefully by residents. The country can be visited entirely on foot in about an hour. However one of the major attractions is represented by the characteristics shops and artists ‘studios, open a little’ everywhere in the village.
The old church of Sant’Egidio, never restored, still shows traces of those who were the original stucco and paintings; it is only from the outside, as unsafe. The church tower is miraculously survived the earthquake, and is seen by the inhabitants of Bussana as the symbol of the country.
The Oratory of Giovanni Battista place in the east of the country is also only from the outside.