Parish Church of Saint Cristobal
Building built in stone in the thirteenth century, with reforms in the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries. It has a single nave covered with wood. The tower at the head, in stone, has only one body.
Tower of a stone body, very solid, of baroque style, located above the head of the parish church. Double windows open in semicircular arches on the east side and unique windows on the south and north sides. The west side is made of brick and has a small opening to access the roof. Next to the tower is the spiral staircase, made of stone, which ascends to the interior of the Tower. Its access is from a small door next to the presbytery, together with the cords to ring the two bells.
During 2009 and 2010 a complete restoration of the church tower was carried out, looking today with a cleaner image.