right in the middle of thehustle and bustle of the town you will find this beautiful church, if your lucky you will catch a wedding ceremony in the evening time, free admission , well worth a look around , light a candle if you so wish to.
This visit wasn't planned. We just happened to be passing one morning and the door was open. We sat for a while in the silence and admired the amazing statues around the alter. There was no tour , nor did we see any information detailing the history of the Church, but nice to pop in all the same.
This church is well worth a visit it was dedicated to the patron saint St Michael Archangel, it has amazing stained glass window and an ornate altar. When visiting make sure that mass is not taking place as it is a working church.
My husband and I visited this lovely small church on a day when we braved the rain to go up to Torremolinos centre.We were delighted to finally see inside it after many years of putting off going
The Church which is situated at the beach end of San Miguel Street is lovely and peaceful on a hot day. It isn't open to the public every day of the week but Sunday seems to be open all day.
The church itself is plain but on Saturdays local children make their First Communion and all the family dress up in their flashiest clothes and the children are dressed like brides or sailors. A great spectacle.
Called in to view and light a candle! Local people clearly use the church on a regular basis. It was most likely used by the fishing families in old Carihuela. Has a calming atmosphere.
situated at the start of the old town and well worth a visit to spend some relaxing time in meditation and view the wonderful paintings and statues on view, they have mass on a Sunday at 10.30 and all are welcome its a very nice experience to go and see