In the eighteenth century, the Marquise of Estepa ordered the construction of the parish church known as La Inmaculada, that is the most interesting religious monument in the municipality. Its interior is notable for the three “camarines” (small chapels) located at the front of the church and at each end of the transept. Outside the church is the tomb of “El Tempranillo”, one of the most famous Andalusian bandits of the nineteenth century.
- Located in an urban area
- Inland area
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