18th c. Neoclassical.
This church, situated in one of the city's oldest areas, was erected by Prado Mariño on the site of a 10th-century construction that was rebuilt in the 12th century by Archbishop Xelmírez. The church, despite its sober and pure design and in accordance with its small size, has a certain monumental appearance. It has a single central tower and a single nave with side chapels. The beautiful baroque sculptures of St. Anthony, St. Joseph and St. John the Baptist stand out inside.
Church with regular worship.
VISITABLE. Open (summer: June 1-September 30): Monday-Saturday, 10 am-1 pm and 5-9 pm. || WORSHIP. Mass: Monday-Saturday, 8.30 pm; Sunday and feast days: 10.30 pm and 12.30 pm. (Summer: no masses on Sundays)