What best identifies this church is the late Gothic style stone façade. Two inscriptions mention the passing of Charles V and Pope Pius VII. The Romanesque bell tower of the first century of the year One Thousand, belonged to an earlier church. The interior plan has three naves with a cross vault divided by granite columns. The Church of San Pietro in Vincoli is one of the most important architectures of Limone, a city on the border with France, that, thanks to the imposing surrounding Alps, offers significant opportunities for tourism both in summer and winter.