San Juan de Dios Chapel
Its construction dates from the early sixteenth century. Chapel of a single ship, conserves in its interior a beautiful Mudejar armor in very good condition. In the exterior it emphasizes its interesting cover carved in stone of delayed style and its carved wooden door with the shield of the order of San Juan de Dios.
Its canonical erection dates back to 1505, although the current building was built at the beginning of the 18th century. Its structure is of basilical plan, consists of three ships of Baroque style. Its cover, of stone, is of Rococo style.
Also, although modern, it is remarkable the organ, considered as the most important built in Spain in the last 125 years.
On the avenue of the same name and at the foot of the chapel built in the eighteenth century, is the Church of Santo Cristo del Calvario, blessed in 1976. Place of worship, which contains beautiful icons inside and endowed with original and colorful stained glass; modern, heated building, which is a set of great beauty where all who visit can find peace and admire various works of art.
It is possibly the oldest church in Marbella (it is not aligned with the square, which suggests that its construction was earlier); It is the work of the fifteenth century, contemporary to the reconquest of Marbella. It is a fairly simple construction, consisting of a single ship. It is the headquarters of the Brotherhood of Stmo. Christ of Love, María Stma. of Charity and Saint John the Evangelist.
Santo Cristo de la Vera Cruz Hermitage
Its construction dates from the sixteenth century, later expanded in the eighteenth century with a dressing room tower. It consists of a single nave, inside it we can highlight the choir that uses a Tuscan column that sinks in the baptismal font located under it. On the outside, the carved stone and armor stone portal, its small bell tower and, above all, the exterior of the dressing room with an octagonal structure supporting a glazed ceramic roof.