The nave is nicely ornate, as are many Spanish churches. The ceiling's decorations also caught my eyes.
As you enter the church, the baptismal font is on the right. There's no special plaque about Picasso (that's outside in the street), so I am not sure if it is the same as the one where he was baptized.
Like other Spanish churches at Christmas, this has an elaborate (though much more modest than what's found in cathedrals) nativity scene.
The scene is blocking off a side altar to Saint Joseph, whom I am sure doesn't mind.
|Above the Nativity|
The church also has several nice statues, including a full-color pieta next to the nativity and more of Our Lady and the Lord.
|Altar for Our Lady|
|Jesus carries his cross|
The church is a nice, beautiful surprise along one of the roads in Malaga.