Hermitage of San Pedro
GPS: 37.3283943 | -4.3726065
There are no data about its origin, although it is believed to be the oldest of the hermitages of the Villa that emerged in the 16th century. With a simple style, consisting of a single nave covered with a barrel vault with lunettes, which starts from a cornice and is divided by barrel arches, the presbytery is covered with a large vault.
It opens on the main altar a large rectangular span framed with decoration in plasterwork that gives way to the dressing room with the image of Jesús de la Humildad, in the Granada style dating from the mid-17th century. The image shows Christ seated after the flagellation. On both sides niches with the images of St. Joseph and St. Peter.
On the side walls of the presbytery are the images of Christ of the Expiration, whose construction we can place in the second half of the 16th century, and of the Soledad de Nuestra Señora, an image of the late 18th or early 19th century.