Parish Church of San Cristobal
Declared an Artistic Historical Monument of national character in 1983 (in Spanish), its construction was carried out at the beginning of XVI century, under the reign of Catholic Kings, by architect Gil de Ontañón, adopting the transition Gothic style. It is built of ashlar stone, cemented on the same rock as the ground. It is composed of a single plant of 40x18m, with a barrel vault supported by ogival arches (translated by google) and reinforced by Rib Vaults.
Inside, the altarpieces of San Roque, attributed to the painter Juan Correa de Vivar, and Santa Lucia, by Alonso de Berruguete, and three other altarpieces are noteworthy. It is also worth mentioning its Sacristy, considered a masterful architectural work, attributed to Ochoa de Muniategui, whose plans were corrected by the architect Alonso de Covarrubias, which houses a spiral staircase, one-size-fits-all, one of the very few in Spain.
The choir was restored in 2013.
Outside, the north facade was carved by the master Juan Fernández in a plateresque style, adorned with Gothic and Mudejar elements. It also presents Corinthian capitals forming capricious finials.
The parish has its own page, visit it for more information.