Monuments of ancient Arriaca
Santa María Co-Cathedral was built on the site of a mosque. It underwent its last renovation in the 17th century.
It is Mudejar in style and was refurbished in the 17th century. The main altar is very beautiful. Inside, the church has three naves from the 14th century. The main façade has a doorway with Renaissance columns and capitals. The other doors have horseshoe arches. The tower is masonry-built and finished with brick. Inside, there is an interesting alabaster pulpit and some tombs. The interior arches are semicircular. The dome over the transept was built in the 17th century.