Nuestra Señora de Las Vegas Church
It is one of the most beautiful churches of the Sierra, devoted to the Pedraza region patroness Saint. It is late Romanesque style from the 11th century and was built at the spot where a Paleo-Christian mausoleum according to the last excavations made laid. It has a basilica type ground plan, with three naves wooden covered and separated by pillars with adjoining columns, and communicated by double round side arches. It presents as well a very simple square ground plan tower, masonry and ashlars built, with round arches double windows. At the walls might be admired several Renaissance paintings from the 16th century, and a 13th century Gothic image of La Virgen de Las Vegas. It was declared Good of Cultural Interest in 1997 (Bien de Interés Cultural-BIC).
San Justo and San Pastor Church
It is also known as “The Burned Church” due to the devastating fire it suffered in the first quarter of the 20th century. It is located in a privileged landscape enclave. Only the apse with a part of the vault and the tower are preserved.
Other heritage elements
It is also possible to admire at the village, old cattle crushes, forges, the Virgen del Pradillo Monument and many other cultural heritage elements.