Built between the twelfth and seventeenth century, this church houses the Vigin of the Market, patron saint of the town. It is usually closed for much of the day, so you should ask for opening hours at the information point. Anyway, the views of the external facade are worthwhile in themself. The best way to enjoy them are over a coffee or a beer in the busy Plaza Mayor. Along with Silas Abbey, it is the most important monument in the town.