Built between the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries, it is one of the most important Gothic-Renaissance examples in the Valencian region. Strongly influenced by the Catalan Gothic style, this temple has acquired a more formidable character.  

The interior is made up of three naves and an ambulatory and the focal point are twelve imposing spiral columns, which constitute one of the few examples in Spain inside churches. At the end of the fifteenth century, the Medina family promoted the construction of the temple, which lasted the whole sixteenth century, where the Renaissance style was used in elements such as the access door to the sacristy and the chapterhouse. Also noteworthy is the limestone baptismal font, created by Jacobo Florentino, and at the foot of the altar, the remains of the grille worked in 1563. It was declared a national historic-artistic monument in 1931 and is acknowledged as a site of cultural interest.


Addres: Plaza Santiago,
Tel.: 965 81 39 19

The building is accessible for persons with reduced movility

Openings and visits

Opening hours and tours from the Tourist Info Office in Villena, in the Plaza de Santiago (next to the church)
Tuesday to Thursday: from 11:00h to 14:00h. Fridays from 13:00 to 14:00h.
Saturdays, bank holidays and Mondays eve of holidays: from 11:00 to 14:00h
Sundays and holy days:  from 11:30 to 13:00h open for worship (Mass at 12:00h)
Monday: closed

Price: 1€ (0.50€ with discount)

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