An example of simple religious architecture of Ibiza
Church built on a hilltop in the 18th century. Its austere architecture is characterised by an appearance of solidity from having no ornamentation and few openings to let in light.
White and defensive
Religious architecture from the last third of the 18th century. It has an outstanding porch with three access archways and a double archway inside. The church of Sant Carles de Peralta, dedicated to Saint Charles, is in the centre of the town of the same name.
A place of worship behind thick defensive walls
Construction for dual religious and defence purposes, with thick walls decorated with mural paintings. Along with the parish priest's house, it forms an orderly ensemble with a courtyard closed off with an arched portico.
A small but great church
Built in the 18th century, it keeps true to the austerity of traditional island architecture while adding classical decorative elements such as the gold-leaf moulding around the inside.
On the mountain, defensive and in a special location: that is Puig de Missa
This church was built in the 16th century and received later additions that created sculptural, labyrinthine volumes in combination with the white walls, on the hill, sheltered and with an extraordinary porch.
A modern church made from an old chapel
The chapel of els Cubells, enlarged and remodelled, became a parish church following the Spanish Civil War, although it took a long time to build and was done in various phases.
An austere church near one of the main beach coves along the northern coast of Ibiza
A small church built in the early 19th century and consecrated to St Vicente Ferrer.
In the words of Archduke Luis Salvador, one of the finest churches on the island.
Religious architecture built between 1787 and 1798, an important example of the popular construction tradition of the area.
The only church on the island with a sundial
18th-century religious architecture resembling a fortress, with great decorative simplicity, common features in many churches on Ibiza.
The only church on Ibiza not facing south but north, because two influential families fought over getting the church built on their land
Religious architecture that resembles a fortress, a standard feature of many churches on Ibiza, and without a porch. It is located on Puig des Vedrà, on high, looking out over the northwest of the island.