This church is in front of the Paseo de los Álamos. It was built in the 18th century over a small 16th century chapel. The floor plan is ellipsoidal in shape with four rectangular spaces projecting from it, which correspond to the atrium, east end and side chapels.
The perfection of its elliptical floor plan is its brick vault ceiling is outstanding. The façade is divided into three levels: the first with a very moulded semicircular arch portal flanked by Tuscan pilasters, the second with a niche framed by lonic columns and pinnacles, and the upper part crowned with a steeple decorated with ailerons and topped with pinnacles.