Church connsagrada to the Immaculate Conception, although in Mula is well-known like Church of San Francisco, the cover responds to Renaissance schemes, simulating an arch of triumph sustained by Ionic pilasters. On the pediment there is an empty niche that housed a stone image of San Francisco de Asís, which is currently on the compass of entrance to the monastery of La Encarnación. Next to the doorway stands the brick bell tower built in the 18th century. In the interior few things remind us of the Renaissance work of its origin, since it was remodeled in the baroque, narrowing the central nave with large brick pilasters. These pilasters concealed the original stone ones and thus gave more depth to the side chapels, many of which are presided over by shields of the families to which they belonged. The roof is also recessed with a large vault, leaving hidden the wooden coffered ceiling and the arches of the fajones that supported it, both decorated with stars and figurative motifs.
Mass schedule: Sundays at 12:30.