The parish church in the neo-classical façade is flanked by two lateral towers. Its interior houses of important works of art, such as altarpieces and icons of the sculptor José Luján Pérez, a native of the place.
The Saint-Roch chapel (Ermita de San Roque)
The Saint-Roch chapel is located on the Plaza de San Roque, on the heights of the city. This is a relatively modern neoclassical building in lime and local stone.
The Saint Sebastian chapel (Ermita de San Sebastián)
The San Sebastian hermitage is located in the Barranco de Las Garzas. Typical Canarian building dating from the seventeenth century, it is considered a magnificent example of Canarian religious architecture.
The house Quintana (Casa de Los Quintana)
The House Quintana is an example of the architecture of the Santa María de Guía. Located on the Plaza Mayor, its construction dates back to the seventeenth century. Canarian balcony Note wood and shield the names of families Guanarteme and Quintana.
The Monastery of Valerón (Cenobio de Valerón)
The “monastery” of Valerón was a fortified collective attic where ancient tribes of Gran Canaria could keep the surplus of their crops thanks to its many caves in stone.
In these silos are associated “pintaderas” clay seals that likely, among other uses, were used to identify them by brand owners of grain warehouses.