Catedral de la Inmaculada Concepción
Casa de Cultura
This colonial house laid out around a fine patio and situated on the main square features a mishmash collection of fossils, Guane...
Capilla de Jesús Resucitado
Since restored, this cemetery chapel unfortunately lost a part of its bell tower when it was damaged by lightning. Do try and visit the...
Capilla de San Antonio
Capilla de San Antonio is the youngest of the town’s churches, dating from 1831.
There is way too much microwaving going on, but this low-key Italian spot still manages to churn out good housemade raviolis, pastas and...
Parque Principal · interesting places nearby
Catedral de la Inmaculada Concepción information
This 18th-century sandstone church is the most elaborate structure in town, looking somewhat too big for the town’s needs. Its golden stonework (which turns deep orange at sunset) contrasts with the whitewashed houses surrounding it. The building has a clerestory (a second row of windows high up in the nave), which is unusual for a Spanish colonial church.