Caravaca de la Cruz was named by John Paul II as one of the 5 holy cities, thereby having the privilege of celebrating a jubilee every 7 years. It's a sanctuary for the miracle of the reappearance of a piece of the Cross of Christ in the 18th century, the reconquest of the Kingdom of Murcia by Alfonso X the Wise. The Sanctuary is in the Basilica of the Holy Cross, has a Latin cross plan and the front face of the building is made of local marble. It's one of the finest examples of Baroque Murcia and has therefore been named a National Historic-Artistic Monument.
The Church of Conception was built on the ancient Church of the Confraternity of Saint John in Lateran. It is a Renaissance building, featuring many arches and pillars. It stands inside the coffered ceiling, wooden polychrome dating back to the sixteenth century, supported by transverse arches. The tower called Pastors have 4 lengths: 3 of them in the room stalls and topped with solid brick.
The Church of the Savior is a famous shrine. The Cross and the Church of the Saviour was built in the Renaissance style and belongs to the historical heritage of the city of Caravaca de la Cruz. Although the outside looks like a standard church, inside is very nice with altarpieces containing many details. Inside you can see four huge columns and vaults of beautiful stars. It is a church that has a lot of artistic history. It is located in the historical center of Caravaca.