Located at the eastern end of La Herradura on Calle San Jose, you will find the San Jose parish church. It is just one block back from the beach.
Once a hermitage but designated as the local parish church in 1907, this church derives its name from the patron saint of La Herradura, San Jose. It has a tall white bell tower and is used today for the town’s local church services and weddings. There is a small shaded patio off to one side with a prayer area for giving thanks. Candles are lit daily.
San Jose Church
The church is worth a visit. It is small and simple but well maintained and very pretty. From here you can take a walk through the winding streets of the upper “old town”.
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