Built between the 15th and 16th centuries upon an earlier structure, this church used to house a clerecy with a beautiful gothic chapel attached to the Evangelist side serving as a choir. The church is made of pajarilla stone and has a stylised tower topped off by strange gargoyles standing by an arch leading to the Puerta de San Nicolás.

It consists of s single nave with a ribbed vault. It features a magnificent vault in the chancel, by Gil de Hontañón. It contains the sepulchres of the prince Don Sancho, with a recumbent statue.

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  • Summer (July 13 – September 8):
    • From Tuesday to Sunday: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM and 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Closed: Monday



Observations: The visits are managed directly by the parish of Ledesma. Information about visiting hours at: www.turismoledesma.com/historia-patrimonio-iglesias/

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