Església de Sant Antoni

West Ibiza

There has been a church on this spot since 1305, but the existing structure dates mainly from the 17th century. You approach the church through a lovely cobbled patio, adjoined by an attractive porch. Its key features are its rectangular defence tower (cannons were once mounted here to deter pirates) and twin belfry.

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