Fodor's Expert Review Santa María de Betancuria

Betancuria Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The weatherworn colonial church of Santa María de Betancuria was built in the early 15th century as the island's main church when Betancuria was the capital. The church was almost completely destroyed by Berbers in 1593 and then rebuilt. Outside Mass times, the church has no official opening hours, though weekday mornings are often a safe bet.

Religious Building/Site/Shrine

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Pl. Santa María de Betancuria 1
Betancuria, Canary Islands  35637, Spain

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