A three-section belfry stands out among the whitewashed houses of Aguadulce. The church of San Bartolomé appears before the eyes of drivers and walkers, proudly displaying its bell tower, where the bells chime beside a balcony where the luckiest visitors can enjoy beautiful views of the town. You can admire the bare ashlar façade of the parish church from a small square, where you can rest in the shade of trees under the attentive gaze of the statue of Our Lady that stands proudly in the centre. The church was originally built in the 17th century with only one nave, the three it currently boasts being the result of a series of renovations. The central nave, with its enormous barrel vault, is separated from the lateral ones by large columns joined by semicircular arches and contains a valuable 17th century oil painting and 18th century goldwork.