Altarpiece of the Virgen del Carmen. S. XVIII
For its invoice is Baroque, perhaps the oldest but abundant in details of cartridges, fitaria, zodaira etc. It is divided into three bodies, low, medium and high
Low body: Image of San Juan Bautista. It is characterized by four poles in straight gola with caryatid angels chubby and large musculature that hold the four fluted columns of the central body with Corinthian capitals and profusely ornamented bodies.
Central body: Santa Teresa de Jesús, Virgen del Carmen and San Elías. The vaulted niches of the respective stencils also show profuse interlaced leaf litter decoration.
Tall body: Saint Sebastian. It shows us four pedestals with discrete bevel that formerly held 4 angels with characteristics similar to those already mentioned. Currently there are only two left. This body is topped with a slender niche that looks on its sides two Corinthian columns. In the interior we find under the vault the precious image of San Sebastián.