| The Church of Our Lady of Remedies (Nuestra Señora de Los Remedios)|
|locust swarms, these terrible insects descended upon the scene, destroying all the crops in their path. The people of Buenavista met with their mayor, the lieutenant Hernando Yanes Méndez and they decided to go out in procession the statue of the Virgin of Los Remedios to scare them away. History has it that it was so and they disappeared. Since then, the statue has been venerated.|
Buenavista was soon have a parish church dedicated to Nuestra Señora de Los Remedios and eight chapels spread over the vast territory of the commune. It also had a Franciscan convent, founded December 8, 1648 in houses ceded by one of the inhabitants of the city, Pedro Hernández, and dedicated to Nuestra Señora de Las Mercedes.
The construction of the church of the Virgin of Los Remedios dates back to the early sixteenth century. The church has three naves with round arches.
On 22 June 1996 the church was ravaged by a terrible fire reduced to ashes the state of its artistic heritage of incalculable value, destroying forever five centuries of cultural and spiritual heritage. This building is now restored.
The new statue of Nuestra Señora de los Remedios by sculptor native of Cadiz, Luis González Rey, arrived in Buenavista on 24 October 1997 in the cheers of the population of the region.
| The Church of the Conception (Iglesia de la Conceptión)|
|Church of the sixteenth century.|
|Other places to see, we should mention:|
- former granary
- the Casa de la Viuda
- the gate of the old cemetery
- the former home of La Marquesa and the Casa de los Ruices ,
- Hacienda San Juan de Taco, 1591-1655. (Domestic architecture)
- the hacienda Finca de la Fuente and Chapel of La Fuente.