This church built in the Gothic style in the 15th century that caused modifications in its image. You can find the Gothic vault above the chancel from the original construction because it's at the site of the church's main altar. Legend has it that it burned down during the War of Independence, even though it was not. On 19 February 1936, it caught on fire causing severe damage to the historical heritage inside except for the restored "El Niño Jesús del Huerto". Restoration of the church began in 1940, and the town commemorates the Virgen del Rosario or Our Lady of the Rosary feast day on 7 October with traditional activities.
- Located in an urban area
- Inland area