The Islamic tower or La Puebla Old Hermitage, which was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 1997, its origins date from the late XIV century. The building is a 8 metres high tower built with stone masonry walls. In some parts of the building , it was used better worked stone, with appearance of marble . Some of them came from La Almagra site like it shows an ashlar figure in one of the tower corner. It was a military construction and for this reason some small windows , whose purpose was to give light and also for defence, can be seen. The original access to the tower was through a wood ladder since it was easier to take away if there was an attack. The door, with a semicircular arch, was made of bricks but the doorjambs were made of red marble. Its interior consists of just one area with a barrel vault divided into two sections separated by a semicircular arch resting on two square columns with square basis and stone capitals. In the XVI century the tower was used as an hermitage dedicated to “María Magdalena”.