Built in the late 15th century and the early16th century the San Juan Evangelista Parish Church is Decorated Gothic and is located at the village northwest side. It is stone ashlars and masonry built, with just one nave separated in two sections by transverse arches. The two bodied tower with a rectangular ground plan is connected to the head by the Gospel aisle (the left aisle). The inner has a remarkable 18th century Baroque major altarpiece, and as well other minor altarpieces, a Gothic polygonal pulpit, a Crucified Christ of the same style and several precious metal works safeguarded at the sacristy. This Church was declared Good of Cultural Interest in 1995 (Bien de Interés Cultural-BIC).
San Pedro de la Losa Chapel
About 1 km from La Losa is located the San Pedro Chapel, a good example of the late Castilian Romanesque style. Its construction is dated at the mid13th century. Nowadays it is deconsecrated and was sold by the religious authorities. It is used as a haystack and as a pilgrimage place for the village people on holydays.