In the sacristy, the calajera, a popular inlaid cupboard made of walnut wood with boxwood inlays, from the 17th century, stands out. We also find the parish cross, a masterpiece of gold and silver gilt work made by Lorenzo Martón from Sallent, who lived in Saragossa, in 1551.
On the right wall there is a 15th century Gothic chapel, the Chapel of the Rosary, where we find the image of the Virgin of the Snows. The capitals of the embouchure arch and the corbels that support the vault represent mythological themes (centaurs, mermaids, birds, angels), with very elaborate details. On the left wall we find the chapel of the Virgin of Pilar with the image of this virgin, as well as those of Saint Anthony, the Virgin of Fatima and the Virgin of Carmen.
The bell tower is an old strong tower, the prison tower, with three sections, which belonged to the ancestral home of the Sánchez family. It seems to date from the beginning of the 16th century and still preserves the high door, with an incised shell, and two loopholes on the south side, at the height of the bells. On the first floor there is a latticed window whose lintel depicts some masonry tools and three fleur-de-lis.