Sanctuary of Our Lady of the Guide
Externally it presents a facade occupied by a doorway decorated with classical pilasters, whose structure makes us speak of a facade-altarpiece.
On the facade, a pediment with inverse volutes at the ends, which are topped with pinnacles of balls.
On the pediment there is a bell tower in simple structure, with a first body of two bays where the bells go, and topped with a body where the cross is placed.
The apses are rectangular, crowned by pinnacles finished in balls, and with square windows that inside are boarded up by altarpieces.
The roof is a false vault, divided into three sections resembling cannon in the nave, and lunettes in the main chapel.
Inside, the altarpiece stands out, representing in its central part the flight to Egypt.