Church of Espíritu Santo
Holy Spirit Church was erected after the expulsion of the Moorish early sixteenth century. It has a single nave and a very simple style, typical of the early Renaissance, and was covered with a coffered ceiling. The only element is added after the Baroque bell tower, which, oddly enough, fits the corner of the building. The main work of art that houses the image of the town's patron, Saint Anthony of Padua, also baroque, which is represented by the Franciscan habit and the three emblems of the Holy: the lily, the book of the Scriptures and Child. He is the patron of the people and their festivals are held around June 13. We also have pictures in the church of La Soledad and the baby Jesus.
- 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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