Church of Saint Augustine
This was built in the 18th century and settled in a mosque dating from the 16th century. Some decorated wood from the wall of the organ is preserved in the enclosure. It was recovered by Professor Ramón Cano Picó, who restored the hidden wall paintings and the altarpieces of fake architecture by Paolo Sistor.
It is a small, baroque-style building with a rectangular floor plan. It has three naves and a closed dome that does not allow for the passage of light.
This enclosure pays homage to Saint Augustine as patron saint and, in fact, houses a figure of his image dating from the 18th century, as well as an image of the Virgin of the Rosary from the 19th century – the work of Francisco Sánchez.