Nuestra Señora de La Asunción Church
It is known as “The Sierra Cathedral” due to its magnificent location at the foot of la Sierra de Guadarrama. Its construction is from the 12th century. Its ground plan is square with three naves separated by side arches supported by pillars, and above its structure emerges its Baroque tower installed on one of its Romanesque lateral apses. The church has reduced dimensions, and with several repairs and addendums made at a post Middle Age epoch, it still preserves interesting Romanesque vestiges. It has been declared Good of Cultural Interest in 1983 (Bien de Interés Cultural-BIC).