Antigua Sta's church. Maria de Torremilano was built between thems. The XV and XVIIth. In her the styles conjugate harmonically Gothic, Mudejar Andalusian, Renaissance and baroque. It is of the plant of Latin cross, with cruise, divided in three ships for two rows of arcades and cover in his central ship for a Mudejar artesonado. The body of ships answers to the chronology of the S. The XVth, with an own style of his time. In s. The XVIth there developed the works of extension that give place to the majestic presbytery or major altar, directed by the architect Hernán Ruiz III.
On the outside, on the triumphal arch one finds a small reed-mace of an alone body that belonged to Torremilano's primitive parish. The current tower is divided in two bodies of bells of style baroque and constructed