It receives the name of Santiago Apóstol, although the Pattern is San Roque. The Parochial Church of Santiago was built in the mid-nineteenth century by the architects López Rull and Ortiz de Villejos in the neoclassical style.
It has three oculos typical of Gothic architecture as well as its cover that presents arches inwards. Iron columns imitating marble are placed between the central nave and the side aisle. This detail shows features of modernity due to iron mines and the appearance of various local foundry industries.
Its dome is half orange that is placed on top of the transept, whose purpose is to give light to the Parochial Church of Santiago. In its altars, golden details typical of the Baroque are highlighted.