Anzoátegui State attractions

in Clarines & Píritu

Iglesia de San Antonio

The Iglesia de San Antonio is at the upper end of the historic town of Clarines. Built in the 1750s, the church is a massive, squat construction laid out in a Latin-cross floor plan, and is one of only a few example…
Beach in Puerto la Cruz

Santa Fe

This fishing town is popular with international backpackers for its proximity to the islands of Parque Nacional Mochima. Travelers spend their days island-hopping and their nights drinking beer or merengadas (fruity…
Shopping Centre in Puerto la Cruz

Complejo Turistico El Morro

This large, modern waterfront complex is one of the most ambitious urban projects ever to be carried out in the country - a 20th century Venezuelan Venice. Set on a coastal stretch of land, the complex is a model re…
Waterfront in Puerto la Cruz

Paseo Colón

The lively waterfront boulevard, Paseo Colón, is the place for a late afternoon or evening promenade. This seafront and beach area comes to life when a gentle breeze sweeps away the heat of the day and kitschy …
in Clarines & Píritu

Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Concepción

The fortresslike, three-nave Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Concepción has quite a number of remarkable colonial altarpieces. The main retable and the two side retables date from about 1745 and are richly gilded.