The town of Pujerra in the Serranía de Ronda mountains is a typical Málaga town with narrow, steep streets. One of the most important sites is the Church of the Holy Spirit. The historical and artistic characteristics of this church date back to the 16th century. Also, it has a single nave covered with a Mudéjar coffered ceiling. This simple church has a Baroque bell gable contrasting the rest of the interior in the left corner with a Baroque-style image of Pujerra's patron saint, San Antonio de Padua, or Saint Anthony of Padua, inside.
- Located in an urban area
- Inland area
How to get here
We entered the village on the road that joins Round, New Street, continue on our right and down the street Source, we turn again in the same direction and we immediately to the church square. If you access from the highway landscape that meets the Costa del Sol, you have to take our people left the ring that leads to the same input from Ronda.
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