Built in 1631, it boasts a Baroque façade. Coffered ceilings in the 'Mudéjar' style.
It dates back to 1604 and was founded by the Marquess of Algarinejo.
From 1783, it was built as a defence fortification.
This 1510 building was constructed as a fortress to defend the invasions by 'moriscos' and pirates. It is the oldest surviving building. Visiting hours: Worship hours.
The church was built in 1679 in Baroque style.
Church built in honour of the Patron of Motril. The image dates back to XVI Century, during the time when Portuguese sailors who brought the statue from Corinth, ran aground on the coast of Motril due to a storm. In Baroque style, the Virgin's room is of special interest. In the XVII Century, the Chapel was converted into a Franciscan Abbey.
The church was constructed in 1538 in the Baroque style. It has a single nave structure and a hemispherical dome in the chancel. Visiting hours: Worship hours.
It was first built in 1641 as a chapel in honour of Saint Antón. Later, the chapel in 'Mudéjar' style was extended to a single nave church.
This Abbey of Monks 'Mínimos de la Victoria' was constructed in 1580.