Iglesia de la Inmaculada Concepción
The church demonstrates a clear stylistic succession ranging from the late-Gothic to the exuberantly Baroque. In the presbytery is the altarpiece, composed of a single body with three streets and topped with a tympanum in the attic. The interior holds an image of the Inmaculada Concepción, Patron Saint of the town since 1623. This altarpiece is the 1796 work of Juan de Mata Martínez. The main altar contains the Renaissance tomb of Doña Marina Fernández de Torres, mother of Commander Juan Pacheco de Torres, a work by Juan de Reolid dated 1547. The sacristy houses chasubles embroidered in gold thread, paintings of oil on canvas and chalice and choral books from the fifteenth century. Located in Plaza de la Constitución.