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Have been to Teguise a few times and been inside this Church once or twice over the years, mostly gone to the Market though. Have gone at Christmas and seen folk singers flamenco dancers and various others in the Main Square. The Sunday Market is...More
A visit to this church gives you a taste of olden days long gone when Lanzarote was connected to the great voyages to the Americas & when the Catholic Church was a focal point for life in those times. Look out for the creepy lifelike...More
This old church is immaculate inside and out with wonderful statuary and fascinating depictions of religious figures. It contains a number of individual small chapels with elaborate altars.
Well worth a visit on a market day in Teguise when there is often traditional music played...More
My partner and I visited Teguise, via public bus, early last week. We travelled from nearby Costa Teguise, on a journey which cost only E1.40 each way, and which took less than 20 minutes to complete. We visited the church, and the old town of...More
The inside looks bigger than the outside....
You can see it from miles away.
A peaceful haven from a windy day, the church is currently done up in Easter finery with beautiful floral decorations and some of the many statues dressed in robes.
I have a vague memory that there was mass on Saturday evening but not Sunday's but it may be different for Easter. Contact your hotel and they should be able to give you up to date information for the dates that you need.
Also known as San Miguel probably because its in the San Miguel Plaza, ive found following info Constructed in the first half of the 16th Century, it proudly raises it red and black bevelled tower. The facade comprises a... More
Also known as San Miguel probably because its in the San Miguel Plaza, ive found following info Constructed in the first half of the 16th Century, it proudly raises it red and black bevelled tower. The facade comprises a door framed by red quarry stone. The interior is divided into three neogothic style naves, with white plaster altar pieces in the apse and in the semi-vaulted lateral naves. This is an outstanding example of church architecture for its blending of medieval artwork and monuments with Canary architectural elements. The history of this cathedral is marked by the many fires it has suffered; the most important being in 1909 when the Parish Archives of the Villa de Teguise were unfortunately destroyed. hope this helps.