Nuestra Señora de la Asunción Parish Church - Miraflores de la Sierra
It was raised on a space where previously lay another church built between 1419 and 1481. The actual ensemble is a succession of addendums: the tower, the presbytery and the transept, three naves, two porticos oriented to the north and the south respectively and a series of chapels adjoining to the aisle naves. The tower is from the old building, dated in the 15th century, being the only preserved element. It is masonry built with ashlars piers at the corners, and two bodies separated by a curved impost. Both outer arcade atriums and the naves at the inner church are beautiful examples of the 18th century neoclassicism. There is as well at the inner church a 1492 baptismal font.
Fuente Nueva (New Fountain) - Miraflores de la Sierra
It is a Baroque type work, although its simplicity evokes neoclassical reminiscences. An inscription at the front determines the year of its construction: 1791. The fountain span occupies a central position with two cattle drinking fountains at both sides adding as well two other drinking fountains at both laterals. It is ashlars stone made.
Vicente Aleixandre Poetry Space - Centro de Arte Villa de Miraflores
It is an interactive space including first editions of the poet writings, photos of the poet and the environment, with the aim of approaching the visitor to the poet and his writings.
The Poplar (El Álamo)
The Miraflores Poplar "Ulmus minor" has been immortalized by the poet Vicente Aleixandre in his poem ”El Álamo” written in June 1962. Affected by the Dutch elm disease it died during the winter of 1989-1990. The square that hosts it was renovated in 2006, preserving the trunk rests and devoting it to an Old-age Monument.
Los Borricos fountain dated in 1800 has a drinking fountain with a pipe and it is adjoining the wall of a property. Actually it is dry. El Acebo Fountain was a stop place for the Royal retinues on their way to the El Paular Monastery in Rascafría. El Cura Fountain gives name to one of the Recreation Areas.