This church was built in the sixteenth century. It has a Latin cross floor plan with a wooden roof over the transept, and the exterior is noteworthy for its Mudéjar tower with semicircular arches on the bell level, which is covered by a hip roof. In the church can be seen an eighteenth century image of a Virgin of Sorrows and a polychrome wooden carving of San Pascual Bailón, a copy by Adrián Risueño of an original by Pedro de Mena.
- Located in an urban area
- Inland area