The church and the fishmans chapel next door are amazing.
The church itself has the stonework untouched or painted as it is too beautiful to cover. We spotted shells on some of them in the ceiling. Even on a rainy day the stained glass windows were really lovely.
We were stunned at the age of both of the buildings and...
Lovely church very well maintained and obviously lovingly cared for by its parishioners with Fishermans Chapel alongside. Very old murals painted in the little chapel dating back to 14/15th centuries I think. Well worth a visit.
We walked up from the St Brelades Bay Hotel. This is an interesting old church with. Well kept churchyard. If you have time it is worth waling up to th op of the hill o see the grave of Jesse Boot, the founder of the chain of chemists shops.
Worth a visit however long and short that may be. The grounds are immaculately maintained, the views from the cemetery and surrounds are stunning and the tranquillity of it all has to be experienced. The buildings themselves are beautiful architecturally both inside and out and the history behind the church and particularly is period of occupation by the Nazis is...
Came across this lovely little church while out walking the coastal route, it is a lovely medieval church that has an amazing ceiling, next door is the fisherman's chapel which has a frescoed ceiling. The views across the bay from the church are stunning and a walk around the large church yard is well worth it as there are some...
Beautiful medieval church with Fisherman's Chapel next door. A gem of a building with amazing ceilings. The chapel next door has the remains of beautiful wall paintings. The church has a huge graveyard with many very old graves including one of a soldier who fought at Waterloo. Fascinating