Here you can admire the Church of Nuestra Señora de los Remedios de Tiobre. The church, from the 15-16th century, has a clear Renaissance style. The construction of the building attributes to Juan de Herrera. The construction is divided into three sections: apse, crucifix and nave. The main body is part of the presbytery covered with a big dual-trace tierceron vault. On the cruise two chapels have been opened, dedicated to San Caetano and San Antón, both covered with a ribbed vault. The main facade contains the images of Christ, Santiago and San Roque. This sanctuary was pillaged by the French in 1808. The origin of the temple is related with legends based in the apparitions of the Virgin. It's known the existence in this same place of a previous chapel, that had a hospital for pilgrims.