ESGLÉSIA DE LA TRANSFIGURACIÓ DEL SENYOR

parish church of Arta transfiguration of the lord




The beautiful parish church of Artà

The Parish Church of the Transfiguration of the Lord, is located on the side of Sant Salvador hill. The church can be seen from a distance and from the charming main street running through Artà.

This beautiful Neo-Gothic building was started in 1573 to replace the small 13th century ancient Church. The chevet was finished in the 17th century, and the vault completed in 1816. The attached bell tower dates from the 17th century.

The main portal, known as Portal de ses Dones (Portal of Women), dates from the 19th century. It is decorated by the architect Bartomeu Ferrà. We must highlight here the modernist style of the pointed portal and the big rose window. The second portal, is known as Portal dels Homes (Portal of Men). This entrance is still unfinished.

Highlighted inside, is the chapel dedicated to The Rosary. The altarpiece was installed in 1906 and represents different scenes of The Transfiguration of The Lord. Other important elements are the 17th century baptismal font, the 19th century pipe organ and the impressive stained glass windows.

How to find the parish church of Transfiguration of the Lord

Artà

Artà is a cultural stronghold of Mallorca, it boasts diversity and wealth in many ways. The area has been occupied by human since the Bronze Ages which has left numerous landmarks and point of interest to discover all over the municipality, such as the Talayotic settlement of ses Païsses, the pilgrimage church of Sant Salvador, the modernist architecture in Ca’n Epifani, the railway station, the Franciscan convent, the Betlem hermitage, the Llevant nature park and so much more, there is really something for everyone to enjoy in Artà. In addition to the many places to visit in the area, Artà is also home to some great restaurants and romantic petit hotels situated in historical fincas and manors.

Things to do in Arta

Other charming destinations to visit in the Llevant region




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