Alongside the arches lifting this Aqueduct is Casa Leoni, a palace dating from 1730 which was built by Grand Master Antonio Manoel de Vilhena. Vist the public garden surrounding this palace. In Romeo Romano garden you can enjoy a small exhibition of ancient tools used in agriculture. There is also a well kept old water mill, while in another part of the garden there is a farmhouse which is open to the public.
From the year 1912 the Carmelite friars ran the old Church of Santa Venera, which became a Parish six years later. Due to the rapid increase in population, the friars built a new church which was consecrated as the new Parish Church of the locality in 2005.