This imposing cathedral, commissioned by James I of Aragon in 1229, was built on the site of an old Arab mosque.
A fine example of a Gothic style church built in the 14th century during the reign of James II.
Set in the Placa Sant Jeroni lies the Church of Sant Jeroni. It is situated in a quaint plaza that is dominated by a former convent which is…
This 14th century church is still a popular place for weddings. It includes a museum presenting religious objects.
The church is famous for the image of Saint Michael, painted by Francesco Herrera in the 17th century. Jaw-droppingly resplendent.
Dominant of the town dating back to the 13th century. It features Gothic and Baroque altarpieces.
Dating back to the 10th century, it is the highest point in Arta with great views across the town. It was largely restored in 1971.
This ruined Cistercian monastery is a must if you are hiking in the area,.
Built in the 13th century like a fortress, it is a dominant of the town. It offers magnificent views!
The church was built as a gift to the knights of Saint John of Jerusalem.
This imposing church features a memorial to 414 people who died here in 1844 when one of the walls collapsed.
The Church of St. Jaume is a Roman Catholic church in Alcúdia, Majorca.
This preserved 12th century fortress also houses a hotel.
A magnificent Gothic church.
This chapel is definitely worth the climb. You can enjoy some spectacular views from the top.
Dating back to the beginning of the 18th century, the church is built on the site of a Moor mosque.
Once you climb the hill and reach the site, you will get fantastic views.There are several hiking trails around.