Hermitage of Fuente Santa

Potro de herrar

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This municipality stands out for its spectacular natural environment with a large vegetation of Mediterranean scrubland where you can see holm oaks, oaks and cork oaks that allows nature lovers to enjoy the tranquillity and traditional village life. Hiking trails cross the municipality through a landscape that does not leave the visitor indifferent.

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What to see?

Chapel of La Fuente Santa (17th-18th century);

Built with rustic masonry. On the outside, the walls were plastered with a mixture of lime, leaving only the large faces of the stones exposed. The presbytery, raised above the rest of the floor by a stone tier. The altar is located next to the nave at the head of the nave.

Church of Ntra. Sra. de la Luz (s. XV-XVI)

Under the patronage of Nuestra Señora de la Luz, it is a temple in a Romanesque style, with its slender tower and bell tower. Its construction dates mainly from the 15th-16th century, although its chapel was built at the end of the 16th and beginning of the 17th century. It was notable for its baroque altarpiece, which has disappeared. A splendid altarpiece of the Saviour, donated by the archbishopric of Toledo, is currently preserved. It has a very valuable baptistery, all vaulted, of carved stone.

Town Hall

Located in the square, they consist of the town hall and the medical office, the oldest one. The clock tower presides over the town hall and the square. The tower was built in 1888 in the neo-Mudéjar style in brick. It was rebuilt and enlarged by one body.

Rollo de Justicia