The Church of San Sebastiano stands in a panoramic position in Vercana, in the hamlet of Caino. With a sober and austere façade, it was built in 1644 over a building dating back to around 1400. The name San Sebastiano is probably attributable to the devotion imported by the locals who migrated to Sicily in search of work for more than two centuries.
Inside you can admire the left chapel dedicated to the Madonna del Carmine, built in the mid-17th century and decorated in 1668, the altarpiece depicting the Crucifixion of Christ and the Giuseppe Alchisio 1862 organ, recently restored. Worth noting is the Baroque gilded wooden statue of Santa Rosalia, procured by emigrates of Vercana in Sicily, as well as various other relics and sacred vestments kept in the church.