Hermitage of Saint Anthony
This Hermitage from the XVIIIth century (although it was restored in the year 2000), is quite a normal looking building with its white-washed facade, dinteled entrance and split pediment (which houses a small temple with the image of San Antonio), and small bell tower with half-pointed arch. It is located near the cemetery of Archidona.
Two paintings can be seen on the left as you go in and the rococo door leads through to the sacristy. At the front end of the presbytery is the altarpiece with the image of San Antonio (XVIIIth century) and underneath is an image of the Virgen del Carmen.