Dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin, it was a building which relates a varied past. The main body, with only one nave, in late Gothic style was joined by the bell tower in the XVI Century, the Town Hall and vestry were attached in the middle of the XVII Century, and the chapels, which simulate a transept, were built in the second half of the XIX Century. The interesting paintings on the portico vault are more recent.
The interior shows a Baroque great altarpiece. There is also documented evidence of the economic contribution made for improvements to the temple given by Latin Americans, who originated from the district.
The building, like the Sanctuary, belonged to the town and there are several historical testimonies in which the local authorities impeded interferences in the heritage of the two temples from feudal and religious authorities.