Construction of the 17th century declared a National Historic-Artistic Monument in 1983, where the two architectural traditions of that time converge in the area, the Mudejar, heir to the Islamic tradition, and the Christian.
Its interior is diaphanous, rectangular in shape, formed by three naves separated by slender pillars that give the building noble proportions.
The main chapel is vaulted. On its left side is the tower, square, crowned by the bell tower. On the right side there is the sacristy that leads to the caremín and the gardens that surround the building and give access to the side door, now blinded.
The central nave presents a magnificent refined lima armor with motifs of eight-pointed stars and a square bow decorating the almizate and the pairs of braces, all outlined with agramilado work.
Its covers have the same design in the sober classicism of the first baroque; both are of stonework and their half-point vain is framed between Tuscan columns on high plinths, the line of imposts extending behind them; On top of an entablature, on which are traces of a pediment, it is crowned with the shield of Bishop Portocarrero. The side cover blinded, is practically undone and is completed with the coat of arms of the Marquis of Villena.