The Church of San Antonio de Padua was built in the 16th century and underwent a restoration in the 18th century. The currently-preserved structure has three naves—the building has half-barrel vaults and edges, characteristic of the Baroque period. Pillar-supported semicircular arches separate the naves. The church's steeples have Moorish-style roofs. There is an old cemetery in the cellar of the church. Tradition has it that the bodies that lie in this cemetery, over the years, have appeared embalmed and intact, with two mummies preserved in the Pantheon.
- Located in an urban area
- Inland area