The Loggia was the place where noblemen held their meetings to discuss political and financial issues. It was a glorious edifice in the centre of the town, built in the 16th century according to the designs of the famous Venetian architect Michael Snamicheli.
The edifice, which is very well preserved, has a square floor plan with three arched sides (except for the western one). It is built according to the isodomic masonry system and the cantilevers of its brim are impressive. In its initial form, the edifice remained open and had a four-hoofed roof.