This church was built on the site of a former mosque in the 16th century and was declared a Monument of National Interest in 1980. This church combines Gothic, Renaissance and Mudejar architectural elements. It is split into three sections with nine altars and a beautifully decorated coffered ceiling. Inside there is a painting of the Virgin of Bethlehem by Alonso Cano and a baptismal font. Above the side door there is the coat of arms of the Archbishop Niño de Guevara who ordered the church to be built. The tower is also of great interest. It is divided into four sections separated by cornices, with the bell tower covered by a tile roof.