This is an old Baroque-style church located in the district of Dolores de Pacheco and it honours the Virgin of the same name. Until 1906, it was classified as a hermitage, until the Bishop of Cartagena, Don Vicente Alonso y Salgado, gave it the category of rectory by building its own baptismal font.
The church is made up of a central nave connected to its side chapels, an altarpiece, and a dressing room. Unfortunately, during the Spanish Civil War, the original image of the Virgin was lost, so it was recreated in 1940 by the sculptor Jose Sanchez Lozano.
What to see in Torre Pacheco