The Parish Church
It is a church devoted to San Lorenzo, patron Saint of the village. It has three naves separated by arches supported by pilasters. The building presents a great value Romanesque façade, and several elements of the late Gothic. At the Baroque style head there is an altarpiece with the Saint image. The right aisle hosts the Santo Cristo Chapel. The square ground plan tower, open to double spans crowned with round arches, lodges the bell.
San Sebastián Chapel
Built at the village edge its construction is relatively recent. Every January 20, the Saint image leaves the chapel in procession. That date is a great traditional holyday in Navafría and village women are the full event protagonists.
Las Subastillas Bench
Located in front of the Parish Church, it is a stone bench used to auction the Virgin and the Saints portable platform used at the different holydays.
The Drop Hammer (El Martinete)
Please see in the Museums section, the reference: The Drop Hammer of Navafría.