La Inmaculada Concepción Church
Built in the 13th century, its actual appearance is due to several repairs made since its construction. It presents a single nave and the bell tower is adjoining at the south side. The Romanesque façade is quite remarkable with a round arch and three trumpet-shaped archivolts, the first one decorated with plants designs, the second one is a large smooth vertical rounded beading and the third presents human figures and fantastic creatures; the capitals are decorated with different birds and the façade eave is decorated with rolls and metope cantilevers with plants and geometric designs. At the inner at the nave feet is located the Romanesque baptismal font.
San Antolín Chapel
It is a modest and small rectangular ground plan Church. At the inner it lodges a small wooden altarpiece with the image of the patron Saint, San Antolín.