Iglesia Conventual de Santa Marta
The Convent of Santa Marta, formerly a Mudejar style palace known as the Casa del Agua (The House of the Water), was built in 1462 and belongs to the female branch of the order of San Jeronimo. The church is in the style of the Christian Monarchs, and the main entrance, built by Hernán Ruiz I (1511), looks especially impressive when viewed from the courtyard. The church is rectangular with a single nave and cross vaulting in the ceiling. The main chapel and the main altarpiece are particularly attractive.