- Places to visit
- What to do
- Organise your trip
- Happening now
The church of San Pedro
The Church of San Pedro is a one-floor construction with a tunnel vault and a set of pilasters that give way to the lateral altars. In the Main altar is San Pedro, adjacent to the images of San Juan and San Antonio, whilst in the right transept, together with San Vicente Ferrer and The Dolorosa is El Santísimo Cristo de la Fe.
Church of San Pedro: Originally, the parish church was dedicated to St. Peter and St. John the Baptist. But in the 14th century, specifically in 1370, the parish church of St. John the Baptist was moved to Manises.
The church of Paterna was then dedicated only to St. Peter (San Pedro), although traces of the former shared name still remained. The current building dates from the late 18th Century and was constructed on top of a previous building.