Description: They were originally built on the Plaza de San Andrés changing in 1520 to its present location. It has an unusual L shaped floor plan, added on at a later stage, being one of four churches with this characteristic in existence in Andalusia. The cloister and the extraordinary eighteenth century three-level façade with belfry are surely one of the most beautiful of its era in the province.
Location: Calle Palomo and Anaya s/n
Opening hours: Closed. Under restoration