Judging by the size of the ruins, the castle had to be large. So only remains today part of the West façade and some towers at their ends. It has the particularity that it resembles the French castles of the 11th and 12th centuries.
Church of San Pablo and San Pedro
Archaeological studies indicate that the igelseia was built in the 16th century, no empbargo, in the 18th century takes place the last enlargement of this enclave, which arrived at the current dimensions. The predominant styles are the Baroque and rococo.
Church of San Pedro and San Pablo.
They exist in Polán interesting casonas reapartidas through the streets of the municipality. The House of the columns, in the Town Hall Square, with a cover of the 16th century; the House Bejarano, of the 19th century; the Golden House, belonging to the 19th and 20th centuries, the Bejerano House, the home of the Romillo, historicist, the Casa de las Cadenas, where it is said that Santa Teresa de Jesús slept.
House of the columns.
Hermitage of the San Sebastián
This Hermitage dedicated to San Sebastian was built to protect the people from the plague. Existed in Polán another temple in honor of Santa Barbara, protector of the storms.
Inside the building is rectangular, with two chapels on the sides, which can be accessed through semicircular arches. The roof of the nave is a simple coffered ceiling. Both chapels are covered by a frame of round poles and tables placed transversely. At the entrance we find two batteries of holy water from the 17TH century.