Its origins are mediaeval, although it was thoroughly reformed in the 18th century. The nave is divided into five sections which open onto various chapels. On the main facade there is a stone image which represents the Sacred Heart of Jesus and on the interior it contains valuable works such as the main altarpiece, the frescoes on the vault in the presbytery, several altarpieces and an organ in the Rococo style.
Convent of Nuestra Señora de la Bretonera
It is presided by nuns of the order of the Poor Clares.
Caves of San Valentín and Santa Pía
These cave remains are traditionally held to be the site of the…
Shrine of Nuestra Señora de Belén
Built on the remains of a Pilgrims’ Hospital, it contains the…