Selca is an example of the transformation of a Mediterranean village into town. The houses serve their specific purposes, with clear level surfaces, without decorative excess, with tidy yards, with gardens of a high standard.
The diligent hands of Selca’s stone masons knew how to give shape and form to their raw material. We find stone doorways, staircases, terraces, balconies with decorative stone balustrades. The paths and yards are covered with gravel and stone slab. The gutter-pipes under the eaves are of stone, as are the sinks in the kitchens, the table surfaces, the vases. The seats in the square, the walls, the graves and the children’s toys, everything is made of stone.