Church of Santa María de Mota
It has gothic-mudejar style, It has a 15th century doorway The interior has three naves with a Catholic cross plan supported by ogive arches. The first body of the tower would probably be an Almohad minaret, although the remaining two are Castilian with Byzantine influence due to the use of tile and dome finish. It is the most emblematic tower of Marchena. The church preserves a carving of lying Christ made by Jerónimo Hernández in 1575. It goes out in procession on Holy Saturday.