The Convent of Saint Sebastian is a good example of Murcian Barroque. Unlike the castle and the church, it is placed in the lower part of the town, near the Town hall. Its main portal is a fine example of rural Barroque in the Region of Murcia.
The main church in Moratalla was dessigned as a Renaissance building, but its construction took place along several centuries, hence the melange of styles. As the castle, the church stands in the upper part of the town and is visible from many kilometers around.
Being built upon different levels, there are several terrasses in Moratalla from which you can look over the rooves of the town and into the distance.
This is the most animated part of the town, as there are many shops and bars in this area. Even the buildings here have another flair.
The castle is currently in ruinous condition. Only the homage tower stands proudly among the chaotic maze of modest houses.
Beside the church, the castle is the most outstanding building in the town. It dates back to the XV century, when the town was at strategic position near the border with the muslim territories.