Its urban centre, with a medieval layout, large mansions, palaces, convents and churches, is one of the most important throughout Castilla-La Mancha.
The Plaza Mayor square serves as the town's central square. From here, the main streets diverge, forming the old quarter. With its initial building work dating back to 1777, it has a rectangular floor with 18 arches along its two longest sides and 17 along its shorter ones, along with two stories of balconies and attics. Its religious buildings include the impressive San Juan Bautista church, dating back from the 8th to the 17th century; the Santa María de la Asunción parish church, from the 7th to the 18th century, and the Santo Domingo de Guzmán convent -a Renaissance building with a two-floored cloister-; along with the San José de Carmelitas Descalzas, the Santa Catalina de Sena de Madres Dominicas and the Las Clarisas convents, all from the 16th century.