Churches and the cathedral

Salvador Chapel
The Saviour’s Chapel, which was built by the brotherhood of sailors, was dedicated to the Transfiguration of the Lord. The first mention of this chapel appears in documents from [...] LEER MÁS
Cathedral
The former Santa Maria church, built after the Catalan conquest of 1235, originally stood where the Cathedral stands now. The current building is the result of a series of [...] LEER MÁS
Sant Domingo church
The church in the Santo Domingo convent, today known as San Pedro church, was erected in the 17th century in Dalt Vila. It is the second biggest temple on the island, after the [...] LEER MÁS
L’Hospitalet Church
The name of this church, which is currently an exhibition hall, bears witness to the existence of an old hospital with a chapel that was mentioned in diverse mediaeval documents. [...] LEER MÁS
The Episcopal Palace
The donation of assets to the parish church of Santa Maria included a building designed as a place of residence for the ecclesiastic leaders – the pabordia or provost. It was a [...] LEER MÁS
Sant Ciriac Chapel
Sant Ciriac Chapel is at the beginning of the street of the same name and is very close to the Convent de Ses Monges Tancades. It is a chapel for common worship which Eivissa [...] LEER MÁS
Convent ses Monges Tancades
In 1599, the buildings that had been purchased in order to set up a convent of Augustine nuns were handed over and the planned convent was founded one year later. The [...] LEER MÁS