Iglesia de San Indalecio
The church was recognized as the Episcopal Headquaters in Rome by the Apostles at the beginning of the fourth century. During the Visigoth period, its Bishops attended the councils of Toledo and, in the High Middle Ages, already under Muslim domination, it was preserved until the late-eleventh century. According to the Acts of the Royal Notary of 157, the current church building has existed since the time of the Catholic Kings. A pilgrimage is held from the church of the municipality in which the locals put on costumes and accompany the relic of San Indalecio to the Ermita de San Indalecio, where a mass is celebrated with a floral offering to the patron. Then the image of the chapel is transported to the church in a boat, commemorating, according to history, the manner in which San Indalecio arrived to Pechina. Located on Paseo de la Iglesia.