The current Mausoleum of the Amantes was inaugurated in September of 2005. The building, designed by the architect Alejandro Cañada, offers numerous exposition halls whose goal is to offer more insight into the history of the Amantes.
Built throughout the 14th century, it answers to the typology of the one of a kind church nave consisting of the polygonal apse and lateral chapels which, covered with a dome made with simple transept, surrounds the whole temple.
Built in the XIV century, the bell tower features a polygonal shape with seven sides. The bell tower, which along with the Tower of Saint Peter, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage sites in 1986 is decorated with overlapping multilinear arches done in brick and featuring green and white ceramic tiles of almohad influence. The top of the bell tower features seven little octagonal towers which lend the structure its unique appearance.