The San Andrés Church was built by the Marquis of Villena. From the original structure the main room has been conserved, distinguished for its handcrafted beauty, in the Mudéjar style.
The rest of the building has been subjected to different restorations, giving it the architectural style that the church shows today.
The interior still has some remains of parietal pictures and decorations. One of its two doors, the lateral one, corresponds to where the temple’s original entrance was, and as described by González Simancas during his early 20th century visit, it held the coat of arms of Guzmán, Cisneros, Enríquez and others, inscribed in circular flowers and fruits crowns and fruit in relief, in a style similar to the Junterón chapel within the Cathedral of Murcia.
The San Andrés Church has been declared a Site of Cultural Interest.
Renaissance and Baroque style
Civil and religious building
In worship time only.