Hammarland church is situated by the old postal road, and the largest Iron Age graveyard of the parish. The nave belongs to the second half of the 13th century, it was vaulted in the 14th century. The tower has a rare location to the south of the church. The interior is dominated by whole covering intertwining foliage ornamentation and brick imitations on arches and window frames. The medieval wooden altar-piece from the 15th century, destroyed in the 1830s, can be totally reconstructed.