Explore interesting sights in Ayamonte, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 10 sights are available in Ayamonte, Spain.Sightseeing Tours in Ayamonte
1. Capilla del Socorro
The chapel of the relief of the town of Ayamonte is a small urban hermitage, located in the highest area of Galdames Street, founded by Benito de Galdámez, to whom the street owes its name, in October 1666. The founder died, the founder was deceased, It moves to the chapel of the hospital the image of Our Lady of the Socorro, which was in the parish of the Salvador for having demolished its hermitage. It is then that the hospital and the chapel change their name, having the new name of Chapel of Our Lady of the Socorro.
2. Templo de San Francisco
The church of San Francisco is a Roman Catholic church located in the municipality of Ayamonte, province of Huelva, Andalusia, Spain. It is located in the square of the same name, right in the enclave that gives way from the old quarter called "La Villa", to its natural expansion the neighborhood of La Ribera. The temple is consecrated to St. Francis. Currently, it is considered a BIC, and was declared a Historic-Artistic Monument belonging to the National Artistic Treasure by decree of June 3, 1931.
3. Ermita de San Sebastián
The hermitage of San Sebastián is located in the municipality of Ayamonte, Huelva, Spain. Built in masonry at the beginning of the 16th century, it is clear Sevillian style, as prevailed throughout the area. It was declared almost ruined, restored in 1935, without much success, since in 1948, it had to be closed to worship. Today, it is used by cultural associations, as well as a space for exhibitions and talks.
4. Capilla de San Antonio
The chapel or hermitage of San Antonio, located on Calle de San Antonio in the neighbourhood of La Rivera and very close to the fishing dock of Ayamonte, dates from the end of the sixteenth century, and was founded by the sailors' guild, the group of shipowners and the owners of boats, as Saint Anthony of Padua was of great devotion on the part of fishermen and sailors in general.
5. Torre de Canela
La Torre de Isla Canela is a defensive building built in Canela Island, located next to the road linking the city hull of Ayamonte (Huelva) with the Punta del Moral neighborhood. Despite its good preservation, an intervention was made in 2009 at the monument to consolidate its structure and rehabilitate the building.
6. Ecomuseo Molino Mareal El Pintado
The Molino de El Pintado is the main and best preserved tidal mill in the province of Huelva and is located in the Natural Paraje Marismas de Isla Cristina. It reached its splendor in the mid-18th century thanks to its purchase by the Mencenas and Indian Ayamontino Manuel Rivero González.
7. Ermita de Nuestra Señora del Carmen
The chapel of our Mrs. Del Carmen, or Capilla del Carmen, is located in the neighborhood of Canela, in Ayamonte, a few 1,500 meters from the center of the neighborhood, of rectangular construction, it houses inside an image of the Virgin of her same invocation
8. Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de las Angustias
The Parish Church of Our Lady of Angustias located in the neighborhood of Ayamonte, near the foot of the Guadiana River, in the town of Ayamonte is a Catholic temple built in the 16th century, in addition to being the Major Parish of the city of Ayamonte.
9. Parroquia de Nuestro Señor y Salvador
The Parish Church of Our Lord and Savior is located in the highest and most defensible area of the city of Ayamonte, Huelva, next to the Parador Nacional de Turismo. The church has been declared an Asset of Cultural Interest.
10. Mausoleo romano de Punta del Moral
The Tardorian Mausoleum of Punta del Moral is a Roman funeral building, which appears to be a family pantheon or tomb. It would be part of a vast complex that would include a fish conservation factory.
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