Procathedral-church of Santa María
The church is ranked as a Procathedral.
Gothic masonry building with three naves containing Romanesque remains of the previous construction.
There are three Gothic entrances, the one in the Gospel section is the oldest and dates from the Romanesque period. The vaults are ribbed. The High Altar is Plateresque without polychrome. The choir, with excellent choir-stalls, and the pulpit are both Gothic. The entrance to the vestry is Plateresque in design and through which the Diocesan Museum can be accessed. Inside the temple there are diverse Gothic sculptures. The black crucified Christ that dates from the Romanesque period is of great value.
- Construction: Cathedral
- Artistic period: Gothic
- Historic period: 13th century
- Setting: Church of Santiago, Convent of San Francisco Javier, Palace of the Golfines de Abajo.
- From Jun 01 to Sep 30
From Monday to SaturdayFrom 10:30 to 13:30 From 17:30 to 19:30
- General: €1