I am not really of a religious persuasion but the 'churches of Almería' make for a pleasant walk.
From the plaza, the Iglesia San Pedro presents an attractive façade comprising a portico flanked by twin towers.
There is also a delightful little statue on the garden's edge, a simple monument to the Immaculate Conception. It was originally erected in 1800 and restored after the 1936 Spanish Civil War.
|St. James (Santiago)|
|Plaza de Catedral|
|Plaza de la Virgen del Mar|
|Virgen del Mar|
Other religious buildings in Almería:
(near the port)
|Ermita de San Anton|
(near the Alcazaba)
author of "Spanish Matters" & "Spanish Impressions"