Church of Our Lady of the Incarnation
The Parochial Church of Our Lady of the Incarnation is a living example of the passage of the Spanish ecclesiastical architecture from the Baroque to the Neoclassic.
Its vibrant structure imposes on any other construction of Velez-Rubio, so it is impossible not to be attracted to its interior, dominated by the beauty of its exterior.
Built between 1573 and 1768, the Church has the Marquis of Los Velez’s house shield in its main portico, and two towers over 30 meters high, which give it an imposing and striking air.
Inside the church you can see its distribution of three naves, as well as a beautiful dome of large dimensions, and an organ made by the French artist Guillermo D'Enoyer. This organ is one of the most appreciated pieces of the church, because it was built with red pine wood, untreated, and represents one of the best-preserved religious musical instruments in Almeria.
Those who visit Velez-Rubio cannot leave the area without first enjoying the paintings, the carving, the acoustics, and the details of the Church of Our Lady of the Incarnation.