The Church of San Antonio tells the local history through its architecture and the artistic elements that it has inside. It dates from the time of the Christian reconquest, which can be seen in its Spanish-Muslim architecture. For example, the colour of the façade shows the customs of the time of not staining its walls in any colour but leaving the brick's colour. Also, on the façade, you can see two Doric-style pilasters that frame the coat of arms of the Bishop of Malaga, in those years, Fray Alonso de Santo Tomás. It is built on a Latin cross plan, with space for the choir at the top of the rear area. Inside you can see Mudejar-style decoration. The area of ??the main altar is covered by a system of baroque-style vaults. Especially valuable is the carving of Jesus Nazarene that is venerated in this temple, as well as the display case on the altar table where the masks representing the 12 apostles are kept.
- Located in an urban area
- Inland area