This Gothic-cum-baroque creation is one of Andalucía's more beautiful and intriguing small churches, built over several centuries on the site of a mosque. Check out the ornate gold-leaf altarpiece (a miniature of the one in Seville cathedral) carved between 1580 and 1608, a striking painting of San Cristóbal (St Christopher), a 14th-century mural uncovered in the 1970s, an ornate wood-carved choir and the lovely Isabelline ceiling tracery.