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Iglesia de San José, Ibiza

Iglesia de San José - Ibiza, Spain
Iglesia de San José
Plaza de la Iglesia, San Jose, Spain 7830Map
Overview

The high altar of this church was destroyed during the Civil War. It has been replaced by a replica that was made using the documentation available to make it as close to the original as possible. The church was built between 1726 and 1732. In 1999, the Consell Insular (Ibiza's regional government) restored the porch at the entrance to the church, where you can also see parts of a sundial. One of the interesting things to see inside is the pulpit, which was decorated in 1732 by the painter, Sánchez de Ocaña. There are no official visiting hours, but you can access the church during Mass. Mass: Saturday, 7pm; Sunday 11am and 6:30pm

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Iglesia de San José General Information
  • Type: Religious
  • Nearest Train: Bus: Línea Ibiza-San José-San Antonio
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