Located a short distance from Santa Maria, on the same plane, it is a 14th century parish, also belonging to the Order of the Hospital, passing to Priory of Malta. The architectural volume close to the previous church, preserves a large part, besides space, of the primitive Gothic elements. Portal with gablete topped by a cross, integrating broken archivolts with round frames, simple capitals, without decoration, columns and smooth bases. The facade shows a rectangular window over the portal and a tower with two eyes, topped by a semi-sphere. Inside, it preserves its original space: three naves, separated by three broken arches, on each side, supported by granite pillars, wooden vault, "masseira" type. The relatively recent chancel has an altarpiece with an open masonry throne, replacing an old carving. On the left side, there is a chapel with a Gothic structure, a vault with broken arches (ribs), supported by columns. The altar is baroque, carved, 17th century. There are still "remains" of a chapel dedicated to Saint Peter. In front, there is another chapel, also baroque, in Extremoz marble, 18th century, tiled, like the arch that surrounds it, with 17th century tiles. This architectural complex offers a set of diversified values ranging from the Gothic, 14th / 15th century, to the 18th century, which includes a poorly preserved painted Renaissance tabernacle and a valuable set of silk, velvet, brocade, 16th to 18th century.
Extremadura (Estremaura in Extremadura and the fala). It is a Spanish autonomous community located in the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula. It is composed of the two largest provinces in Spain: Cáceres yBadajoz. Extremadura bounded on the north by the provinces of Salamanca, Ávila (Castilla y León), south conHuelva, Sevilla and Cordoba (Andalusia), on the east, with Toledo and Ciudad Real (Castilla-La Mancha) and west conPortugal. Its capital is Mérida (Augusta Emerita old), the city recognized by the Statute of Autonomy as the seat of the Government of Extremadura.