The origin of this church, which has been declared a Monument, is linked to the Chapel of El Tanque. It was built in 1606 and extended several times to house three chapels, a rood screen and a baptismal font. The last extension in 1794 turned it into the church we see today. Prominent on the façade is the Baroque-style stone doorway and the 19th century steeple. Inside you will find a figure of San Pedro Apóstol by an unknown sculptor which is believed to date from the 18th century, and another of the municipality's patron saint, Nuestra Señora del Socorro.