The Church of Santa Catalina was built in 1505. The church was reformed in 1604, 1718, and after the Civil War. The church has a façade that has an arched door that is between two pilasters. The tower has three parts and on top of the tower there are two arched windows. The church has one rectangular nave. The artwork in the church is a Baby Jesus and a Virgin Mary of the school of Sevilla that dates from the 18th century. There is also a Crucified Christ that is used for processions.