A blazing rose window stands out in its gothic-mudejar façade.
Gothic temple dating from the 13th century. It has a rectangular floor plan with three naves without transepts and three apses. At the foot of the building, there is a tower to the left, and there are several chapels around the sides of the outside naves. Within the church, highlights include the mural paintings from the 15th century, the 16th-century chapels decorated with tiles (one of which was created by Ruíz de Luna) and the tomb of the Loaysa knight.