Church of Saint James the Great
The parish church of Terque, dedicated to Saint James the Great, dates from the end of the 16th century and was built on the ruins of the previous one, which burned down during the Moorish rebellion.
It is a beautiful Mudejar style church, with the main chapel separated from the nave by a toral arch with a wooden roof. The church has undergone subsequent modifications, such as installation of the Churrigueresque altar and the Baroque chapel dedicated to the Virgin of the Rosary.
Throughout the 19th century, it belonged to the diocese of the Archbishopric of Granada, until in the 20th century, when it was incorporated into the Bishopric of Almeria.