The Santo Niño hermitage, in the Castle, is from the seventeenth century. Its exterior is masonry, with a small atrium, and its interior is divided into two naves, one of which is heavily laden with decorations. The other, from the eighteenth century, has a “camarín”(small chapel) dedicated to San Juan de Dios (Saint John of God). There is another hermitage, the Adelfilla, of much more recent construction (1960).
- Located outside an urban area
- Inland area