The town of Arona is in itself an architectural complex of great interest. There are many and varied examples of popular architectural style, which constitute an important cultural reference point.
The parish church has "some figures carved by popular image makers, like a Virgen de la Concepción by Francisco García Medina (1739) and a naive San José. The most worshipped figure is Cristo de la Salud, carved in the Canary style. The main reredos, of local carpentry, was brought from the San Francisco convent in Adeje"(Cuscoy. El Libro de Tenerife. 1962).