Church of Santo Tomás
This temple from 16th century stands out above the town center. it has three naves and Renaissance entrance. Although its main altarpiece is very interesting, it has an even more exceptional enameled altarpiece, the most valuable in Cantabria, that is now kept in the Diocesan Museum.
The church, with belfry, has a central nave with ribbed vault, side naves with half-barrelled vault. Access is via a Renaissance entrance where the fluted stripped columns stand out.
Other temples from this era in the region are Santo Tomás, in Vejorís de Toranzo, and San Vicente de Fístoles, in Esles.