The interior of the church is paved with stone slabs and adorned with two stone altars and other wooden altars, dating from the 18th century, erected on stone bases. These are works of a woodcarving workshop, which worked on a particular type of altars in the High Renaissance style, and have no artistic but only craft value. The statues are located in three niches, separated by vegetative motifs and decorated with half columns. The statue of St. Bartholomew is located on the main altar and is a valuable example of rural Istrian Baroque. Saint Bartholomew, “St. Bartul”, is celebrated on the 24th of August. The biggest Istrian folk festival, Bartulja, dedicated to St. Bartholomew, was already celebrated in the past and today it is adapted and modernized. It is no longer celebrated on the 24th of August, but on the last Saturday in August.