The beauty of Cantoria stands out for the tradition and culture that it continues to maintain until today; its music, patron saint festivals and the archaeological and architectural variety it possesses make it an enriching town full of life. The warmth and simplicity of its inhabitants will make you enjoy this experience to the fullest and learn first-hand the stories of each corner.
Here are 3 reasons to get to know Cantoria by visiting three key points in the municipality: the Parish Church of Nuestra Señora del Carmen, the Hermitage of San Cayetano and San Antón and the Almanzora Palace. To make the first tour, the ideal is to leave the car parked at the entrance of the town, next to the doctor’s office, it is a good parking area and you can quickly connect with the main avenue of the town. You will continue until you reach the intersection of the town hall square and the busiest bar area; there you can stop for breakfast on the terrace of the D’Dulce pastry shop and contemplate part of the parish.
PARISH CHURCH OF NUESTRA SEÑORA DEL CARMEN
The current church was built during the 19th century on top of an old renaissance church, however; What stands out the most about it is its interior, since it gives the sensation of being inside a cathedral and not a church. Some of the paintings that it preserves come from the Prado Museum.