Church of La Santísima Trinidad

Address: Calle Trinidad, 2.


Tuesday to Friday:  09:00 to 10:00 h.

Saturday and Sundays: 10:00 to 11:00 h and 19:00 to 20:00 h.

Closed Monday.


The Church of La Santisima Trinidad was finished in 1727 after several reconstructions. The church was one of the few Baroque churches built, since most of the other churches were from the Renaissance. The church reminds one of the Baroque churches of Madrid of the 17th century. The Order of Redentores Descalzos ordered the construction of the church and convent. The floor plan is rectangular and there are three naves. There are arches that are supported by Corinthian pilasters. There is an elegant cupola also. The vault and the cupola are decorated with plaster molds with vegetal motifs. The clocktower is impressive and has a square base, but the top is octagonal and has arches supported on pillars. The convent has two cloisters and the principal cloister is connected to the sacristy with a passage with Salomonic columns. The facade has two entrances and both are characterized with having moldings as decorations, while the rest of the facades are plain. The church and convent are now used as a school.

 Ornate entrance