Churches/ Cathedrals in Tenerife

Churches & Cathedrals in Tenerife, Spain

Churches & Cathedrals in Tenerife

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  • Gerry S
    Dublin, Ireland2 contributions
    Meet the locals at 10am mass on Sunday morning. All in traditional lingo and singing in full voice . Well worth a visit
    Written February 26, 2020
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  • IAN W
    St Helens, UK3,371 contributions
    Very imposing whitewashed walled building that dominates this part of the old town.
    Entering this church,you'll be surprised by its ornate simplicity of just being a House of God,nothing ostentatious about its being.
    Unusual in the fact that it has upstairs galleries for the congregation,along both sides.
    Written March 11, 2022
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  • Elderly Traveller
    Bournemouth, UK1,254 contributions
    The stone work in La Orotava is often the black volcanic lava stone of the island. Despite this the buildings can be very attractive and this church certainly is. It’s well worth a look and lies next to the Plaza de la Constitucion where our taxi dropped us. The convent next door seems to be some sort of community centre now. Impressive architecture.
    Written January 23, 2020
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  • steve z
    Nashville, TN887 contributions
    A plain but pretty Church. Worth a 15 minute visit. Easy to walk to and to spend a few muon quiet reflection.
    Written October 28, 2018
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  • Richard J
    London, UK1,446 contributions
    Dominating the town square the church picked out in the Sun draws you in. The interior with the beautifully decorated altars, remarkable given the relatively remote location.
    Written May 15, 2022
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  • Neil K
    Liverpool, UK610,791 contributions
    My twin brother Stephen and I were pub and bar hopping around this area of Costa Adeje when we passed this beautiful church and what a great find.
    This is a beautiful church, visited quite a few churches in Tenerife but this was unusual in that it had a lovely brown coloured exterior, most of the churches I've seen in Tenerife are nearly all whitewashed buildings, its a very photogenic building, the tower is particularly eye catching, makes for some great photographic opportunities, its most definitely well worth checking out if you're in the area and easy to locate along Avenida Eugenio Dominguez Alfonzo.
    Written December 23, 2021
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  • Doug M
    Wasaga Beach, Canada618 contributions
    While travelling thru this area stop in and see the church of our lady of Conception
    This church is in a nice area shaded by trees and flowers and a Dragon tree
    Written March 20, 2020
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  • Duncan E
    Witney, UK225 contributions
    With three or more full altar pieces and lots of seventeenth century artefacts, this is a fascinating and quite striking place to visit. It is unusual to go behind the main altar, yet this is where the stairs up the tower are, and the views are across the town to the sea.

    Also behind the altar are the treasures of the church - vestments, sacramental objects such as siboriums, chalices and two reliquaries stand on display, along with a large silver monstrance made in Mexico.
    Written August 1, 2018
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  • Alejandro CG
    Puerto Del Carmen, Spain138 contributions
    This charming church located in a square that bears his name and where the La Laguna food market is located, is one of the emblematic places of the first capital of the island. Essential visit.
    Written July 13, 2020
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  • Richard J
    London, UK1,446 contributions
    A simple exterior a 16th Century church with a fine rather striking altar featuring a statue of the Virgin Mary. Well kept and worth a visit.
    Written May 15, 2022
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  • Gwespyr
    Rhyl, UK1,577 contributions
    We never went into the church but the outside elevations were attractive. Mainly white washed render with the stone work to the main entrance left exposed with looked nice in contrast.
    The pavement outside was also nicely finished with pebbles as the surface - the area was kept very tidy with no litter.
    The area the church is situated in is very attractive with a small park opposite and some bars and cafes adjacent. In the small park is a gazebo which I feel doubles up as a band stand and th surrounding buildings are of some age judging by the architecture.
    The bell tower is also unrendered and so the stone, which I would think is local volcanic stone, sets off the white render nicely. The bell tower also has a clock set into it, so no excuse for being late!
    Written April 1, 2020
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  • Serge M
    London, UK151 contributions
    The buiding is actually half-ruined, and wrecked part is closed for visitors. Another consists of few passages and rooms on both levels, patio and church/tower. Outside is small garden, it is nice to sit several minutes by the entrance to have a rest after walking by the street. Nothing really astonishing but still nice to take a look.
    Written January 18, 2018
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