This church dates back to the 16th century, although the choir and side chapel were added in the 19th century. It is built in Renaissance style, and the decoration on both the outside and inside is beautifully simple, with the exception of the Puerta del Sol and the Puerta de la Lonja, which have a more detailed decoration.
Inside there is a statue of Jesus dating back to the 18th century and one of the patron saint of the town, the Virgen del Rosario, also from the 18th century. In the sacristy there is a small museum showing pieces of jewellery and embroidered pieces of velvet. At the entrance there is a tenebrism picture of the Granada school.