The Church of San Andrés stands out, in Renaissance style from the 16th century and declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 1982. It keeps excellent jewels, such as a cross and silver monstrance in Burgos style, polychrome carvings, as well as Spanish-Flemish painting tables with influences from the Berruguete School, in addition to the grill of probable Romanesque origin, on the main door.
Of the old wall that surrounded the town, today only the arch remains, next to which is a transept originally located in the Vera Cruz hermitage. The Gothic scroll of the Plaza, with the coat of arms of the House of Austria and the pillory, in the area of the wineries, are symbols of the civil and criminal jurisdiction that Presencio possessed. Another element of civil architecture is a house next to the scroll in which tradition places the stay of Queen Juana la Loca.
A few kilometers from the town we find the Romanesque hermitage of Villacisla. The image of Our Lady of Villacisla is a beautiful carving, admired by the devotees and brothers who make up the Brotherhood in charge of preserving and venerating it. Pilgrimages are held twice a year, in May and September.