Iglesia Santa María de Tomiño
It is a true jewel of the Romanesque of the twelfth century despite the major reforms suffered at the beginning of the nineteenth century. The western façade is flanked by a tower dating from this reform.
The original convent still retains some architectural elements such as its unique nave plan and rectangular apse. It emphasizes its main cover with a profuse vegetal decoration in the archivolts that are based on four pairs of columns.