San Pedro Apóstol Church
Originally Romanesque built, nowadays only the main façade, some sculptured remains and the baptismal font are preserved. We should as well emphasize the Baroque engraved façade situated at the feet of the church. At the inner it is possible to admire the great major altarpiece, and a good silverware collection with several outstanding pieces such as the solar monstrance made in 1699 by the Segovian silversmith Antonio Salván, and the processional cross also made in Segovia in the third quarter of the 18th century by the craftsman Ignacio Alvarez Arintero.
San Roque Chapel
It is a modest rectangular ground plan and masonry walls chapel. It presents a small portico where is located its bell gable.
Nuestra Señora del Rosario Church (La Salceda)
It is a Baroque 17th century church, preserving at the inner a splendid Gothic image of the Virgin dated in the 14th century.
Other heritage elements
It is also possible to admire at the village, the Santa Ana Church, the 18th century Calvary, an old cattle crush and many other elements from the historic-cultural heritage.