In the uninhabited village of Avellaneda, the church of San Miguel Arcángel, located at one end, stands out above all the houses. The nave is modest, rectangular in shape with an east-west orientation.
The apse tops the chancel, there are cross marks. At the foot, a beautiful belfry watches the sun go down. It is in a continuous process of reconstruction, entire panels have had to be built of brick, but most of it has resisted for many centuries.
In spite of being a simple construction, it has a halo that captivates all those who approach it. Its antiquity may date back to the 13th century.