The pulpit, hexagonal, is the time, with an entrance on the side of the cloister, now impracticable. According to Gaspar Gomez de la Serna, is part of the Elizabethan Mudejar style.

But where the waste of ornamentation becomes overwhelming, as if from an Arabic plasterwork it were, is in actual stands, certainly the most striking decoration. Born half the stands the pillars, double or bifrontes paneled like a trapeze, which highlight repetitively powerful and crowned initials of the Kings, including emblems yokes and arrows. Tiny brackets and exquisite statues decorate the stand canopies, also two-faced, odd polyhedral design, ending in the parapets of the galleries themselves, monumental stone gorgeous lace flamboyant draft. The plant ornamentation so characteristic of this style, has lent its branches, leaves and flowers to enrich one of the best works of art defined in history: Elizabethan style.