The Inmaculada Concepción parish church stands very close to the main square of the village. Its construction dates from the sixteenth century, although its present day appearance is due to the alterations that were done to it in the following century. The church’s façade is in the Mannerist style but its belfry is clearly baroque. The central nave preserves some splendid Mudéjar loop roof frames. In addition, the Roman necropolis in the Rebollo mountain range is of great archaeological interest.
- Located in an urban area
- Inland area