With striking white walls and a high dome, this church was built at the end of the 17th century by the religious Order of Calatrava.
It is made up of a single rectangular floor plan that houses a niche with the image of Saint Joseph and the Child Jesus, which contrasts with its imposing High Altar with Solomonic columns, painted cherubs, and characteristic blue and gold colours.
Its dome, semi-spherical, stands imposing and is decorated with crosses of the Order of Calatrava. These crosses are also found on each of the access doors to the parish church.
Next to its altar is the Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament, which houses the patron saint of the town.
What to see in Mazarron