The Shrine of the Virgen del Socorro, patron saint of the town, is the second temple in importance and breadth.
The first data about it are dated in 1650. The successive restorations of it make its cataloging difficult.
It has a Roman cross plan; The exterior covered facade, tower and dome have Mudejar reminiscences. Its interior is simple and late Renaissance style. Simple altarpiece made of pine wood, with columns covered with cardboard.
It has an exterior cover with two waters and, overall, it has a nice picture, with a great urban situation. Its main treasure is the image of the Virgen del Socorro and everything it represents. Tradition says that the Virgin came from Italy in 1498.