On the road to Villavieja stands the old San Mamés Church, at 250 m from the village. At its origins the Church was an isolated chapel. From that epoch is the outstanding Romanesque-Mudejar apse. During the Spanish Civil War the Church lost several images and altarpieces, being discovered later on several remains of the original Romanesque Pantocrator. The construction is masonry and exposed brick built. It presents a large rectangular ground plan with the adjoining head as another smaller rectangle completed by the semicircular apse. The bell gable presents three arches for the bells.