Chapel of Santa Maria do Castelo
A simple building, dating from the 18th century, made up of a nave and main chapel, with distinct roofs. The main facade is set off by corners in the form of pilasters, finished off by a gable with a Latin cross at the peak; it has a doorway with a depressed arch and on the right side there is a small barred window. Inside, the semi-circular triumphal arch is flanked by an interesting polychrome image on the side of the Epistle, although it is a recent addition. After a long period of lying in ruins, it was recently restored to its supposed original form. Nearby, a straight wall that is accessed by two ramps was part of a battery for four cannons, integrated in an inner protected area inside the main gate, built in the early 19th century.