The Parish Church dedicated to Saint Michael the Archangel dates from the 17th century, and was built by the 2nd Count of Alcúdia and his wife, Francesca de Monsoriu, Countess of Xestalgar. The building has a central nave, two sides, and eight chapels (four on each side). The simple Baroque façade faces the square, where the bell tower and entrance gate stand out. The bell tower, one of the outstanding elements of the façade, has a square floor plan, divided into three bodies, the first built of pumice, where we see the clock, in the second body there are four semicircular arches with the its bells and finally the third body finishes off the bell tower.


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