The church of San Francisco was, in the past, a Franciscan convent, of which scarcely any remains. Today the church is used as the Cambados parish church. It's a simple baroque church that is fairly central and easy to find, you must climb stairs to access it. What stood out most for me was the large number of crosses, both in front and in the kind of venue where you are located. To the right of the church is a small gate that was formerly entered by monks but I could not access it. The interior is very nice and it has two chapels, what I liked best was an image of the Virgin. The back of the church is surrounded by trees and grass, I am always fascinated by churches that are surrounded by nature.