Within the Hospital General (founded in the 16th century), you can behold the Gothic facade of this church. It is an object of pilgrimage and devotion, since the paso (a sculpted image used in processions) of 'Holy Christ of the Blood' is considered to be miraculous. Just on your left as you enter the church is a 15th-century nativity scene, probably imported from Naples.

If you happen on a Mass, it's moving to see the devotion of the faithful who climb up behind the altar to venerate the image of Christ crucified, with long, flowing real hair and embroidered loincloth.