This is a Basilic in the Baroque style from the 18th century. It has a magnificent Baroque front façade framed by towers with slate capitals, two bodies with sculptures and reliefs divided in three sections by Corinthian columns.
In the inside of the church the most remarkable element is the altarpiece at the High Altar, designed by "José de Bada" and done by "Francisco José Guerrero".
It is a golden wood altarpiece with sculptures by "Diego Sánchez de Sarabia" who also painted the vaults. Inside the little chapel behind the altar, there is a silver urn where the remains of St. Juan de Dios are kept.
If you just want to know the Church of San Juan de Dios, I would definitely be interested in the following tour: