The religious beliefs of Haro’s inhabitants throughout history are reflected in the monuments that were constructed in honour of Saint Thomas the Apostle and the city patron, the Virgin of the Vega.
Both the Saint Thomas church and the basilica display great artistic wealth on its exteriors (like the Church tower or the portal façade of the Basilica) and interiors (such as the Basilica’s main altarpiece or the ribbed vaults of the Church). These two monuments house treasures of incalculable value in terms of artworks.