The San Roque parish church dates from the eighteenth century and had to be rebuilt in the nineteenth. It is of simple but harmonious design. Its interior is divided into three separate naves separated from one another by semicircular arches resting on pillars. The façade is subdued baroque and the most remarkable thing about the structure is its tower. It has a square base and four levels, the last of which is octagonal and covered by a little ceramic roof.
- Located in an urban area
- Inland area