Iglesia de San Miguel, Jerez de la Frontera

Iglesia de San Miguel, Jerez de la Frontera | Source: Texts: Ayuntamiento de Jerez de la Frontera. Photos: Destino Cádiz.

The Iglesia de San Miguel (Church of San Miguel) is a beautiful temple built during the 15th to the 18th centuries, which contains elements of three architectural styles of each era, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque.

Of the outside, standing out are the side portals, dedicated to the Immaculada (Evangelic) and San Jose (Epistle) and are in the Gothic style. The main tower, from the early 18th century, is Baroque and is structured in three parts.

Of the Interior noteworthy are the baptism chapels, the magnificent sacramental chapel and the dome of the Socorro Chapel, the main altarpiece (extraordinary work of Martinez Montanes and José de Arce) and the sacristy.