The church of San Juan Bautista was built in the eighteenth century on other previous building, under the direction of master builder of King Juan Antequera. The main facade is of brick and on its left side stands the Baroque steeple with a clock on top. The church is divided into three naves separated by arches, leaving the central nave covered by a barrel vault with lunettes blind, while the central naves are covered with cross vaults and the transept there is a hemispherical dome. In its interior size as the Virgen de los Dolores (XIX) may be the image of greater attention in the municipality, the size of the imager Jesus Nazareno Castillo Lastrucci Seville, along with a sculpture of St. Joseph of the eighteenth century Antequera school.
- Located in an urban area
- Inland area