San Miguel Church

It was a Muslim fortress on a hill until the fifteenth century when it became a hermitage dedicated to San Miguel. As a result of heavy rain it was ruined in 1684, then rebuilt in the eighteenth century. Besides being a church, it has been a hospice for orphaned girls. It is currently closed for worship and it is used as a cultural hall (for exhibitions, conferences, presentations etc.).

OPENING HOURS: Restoration

Information: Telf.: 956 70 30 13 / (Organization of Cultural events)

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