Between the Gothic and the Mudejar.
It was built between the 14th and 16th centuries,
and contains both Gothic and Mudejar styles. It is particularly worth noting the tomb of the Portacarreros family. This is a sculptural group carved in white marble by the sculptors Gian G. Della Porta and Giovanni de Pasallo. It also features the Diocesan Museum, whose highlights include the figure of Cristo de la Humildad, made of English alabaster by Martínez Sugrañes. The building was declared a national monument in 1931.