Considered one of the most striking Mudejar temples in Toledo. This church was built with brick and coursed masonry. The church's tower dates from the 12th century and has a square floor plan. The church itself is from the 13th century, built under the patronage of Sancho Capelo, king of Portugal. It has three naves, with a gabled roof and a triple apse, whose exterior is decorated with a double row of multifoil openings. It has three portals, framed by horseshoe arches. Inside, the church treasures a beautiful 14th-century Mudejar plasterwork pulpit, as well as several tombstones and a wonderful Plateresque high reredos from the 16th century.