This church was built in the first half of the 16th century. It has three naves separated by arches resting on Doric columns and entablatures. The church was designed by Francisco Antero and built by Ambrosio Villegas. The main nave is covered with a coffered ceiling decorated with geometric and polychrome patterns. The most interesting part of the church is the main entrance, located to one side of the building, decorated with an arch and framed by columns.