The church's most outstanding feature is the lofty tower on the west-facing façade, topped by an elegant pinnacle. ... More
Iglesia de los Jesuitas
The church's most outstanding feature is the lofty tower on the west-facing façade, topped by an elegant pinnacle. The three-storey building follows typically Gothic structural lines. Inside, the walls are decorated with frescoes, illustrating scenes from the Gospels and which were painted by Inmencamp. It was built during the last years of the 19th century, and was inaugurated in 1903. The adjoining convent was rebuilt after the terrible fire that swept through Santander in 1941. Mass is conducted at: 1:15p, 5:30p, 7:30p & 8:30p Mon-Sat; 10:30a, 11:30a, 12:30p, 1:30p, 5:30p, 7:30p & 8:30p on Sundays. Visits can be conducted during mass only.
Very close to the Plaza Mayor and facing the small, quiet Plaza de los Sexmeros, you will find this lovely
little Romanesque church, founded when the city was repopulated. The church has been renovated a number of times and ...
The coastal branch of the famous pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela passes through the city of Santander. Pilgrims often arrived
here by sea to start their journey, so the route through the city starts from the Palacete del Embarcadero ...
This is one of Santander's best loved churches, located in the well known Plaza de Cañadío, also a popular spot
for an evening drink. The neo baroque structure was built in the middle of 19th century. Inside, noteworthy features ...