The most striking spot in the borough is the cathedral of Nuestra Señora de Candelaria, built from funds collected by the people, on the enthusiastic initiative of Bishop of Güimar, Domingo Pérez Cáceres. It is the work of Enrique Marrero Regalado. Inside there are murals by José Aguiar and paintings by Martín Gonzalez.
The parish church of Santa Ana, a spacious, mid 18th century building, is also worth a visit. It holds a 17th century figure of the Crucifixion and interesting carvings of the Last Supper.
The Casa del Cabildo, or Government House, is so called because this is where the members of the Corporation stayed when they came for the fiestas, is a building worth visiting.