The parish church of la Encarnación stands in the highest part of the town and, according to Professor J. Rivas, is one of the most beautiful churches in the province, representing an important example of Gothic-Mudejar architecture in the Sierra, dating back to the end of the 15th century.
It has a single nave with transverse arches of red brick, covered with a wooden roof.
The apse lies behind the nave and the first section is covered by a Gothic vault.
The transverse arch that separates these areas bears mention on account of its Mudejar plasterwork.
The exteriors are impressive with masonry walls marked by strong buttresses of rounded corners and a brick tower.