The present Santa Ana church was built in the eighteenth century over an earlier and smaller late-sixteenth century church of which almost no records survive. The present building dates from the mid-eighteenth century and measures 36 metres long by 20 metres wide. It was modified in the mid-nineteenth century. The Torres de Chullera (Chullera towers) are a type of structure intended for watching over the coastal zone. One of them is from the Nazarite period and the other is somewhat more modern. Both were used for various purposes over the course of their history.
- Located in an urban area
- Inland area