Built in the 16th century and declared a national monument. The church has a perfectly crafted façade in the Catholic Monarchs style.
It is a building with a single, very stylised nave and a high choir. Its beautiful Baroque tower, dating from 1740, consists of two sections: one with a quadrangular floor plan and an octagonal upper section topped with a lantern dome.
Admission is free and places are limited. It has a valuable main altarpiece made in the 16th century by the Beaugrant brothers.


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