Description: It was built in the sixteenth century to commemorate the victory over the rebel moors. The construction was financed by the sale of twelve moors. The façade is divided into three sections. In the first, the front is off-center in relation to the façade. In the second section several lines stand out leading to the pinnacle of the third section. This last one counts also with a belfry with one single opening to house the bell which is dated in the eighteenth century. This church has undergone many modifications leaving very little of its original appearance.
Location: C/ Veracruz.
Opening hours: 10.00-13.30
Contact: 952 49 55 77 (Museum)