Hours: Weekdays: 11 and 19:30h; Sundays: 10, 13, 19:30h.

Iglesia de Santa Maria la Blanca was built at the site of a Jewish synagogue after the Jews were expelled in 1480. The person responsible for the church construction was Justino de Neve. Construction started in 1660 by Pedro Sanchez Falconete. The main altar is also from 1660. There was a second construction phase from 1662 to 1665 by the architect Juan Gonzalez. Falconete was the person who gave the church its Baroque look. The church today is one of the jewels of the Andalusian Baroque and is lavishly decorated in honor of the Immaculate Conception. The vaulted ceilings and dome are lavishly decorated with plaster designs and were designed by the brothers Pedro and Miguel de Borja between 1662 and 1665. The plaster designs are geometric, figurative and have plant forms. The façade of the church shows a small bell tower above the main doorway, which has a pointed arch. There is a beautiful retable of Nuestra Señora de las Nieves. The sculpture was made by Juan de Astorga at the start of the 19th century.

Address:  

 Calle Santa María la Blanca, 5.