San Jose, Ibiza

January 15th, 2009 - 11:18 am Posted in ibiza, san jose | Comments (0)

san jose, ibizaSan Jose is the capital of the largest municipality on Ibiza, covering the entire south-western corner from Ibiza town all the way round to San Antonio.

Despite this San Jose is little more than a village, surrounding its 15th Century fortress church, perched on the side of the island’s highest mountain. The church took 300 years to build and little other construction appears to have been attempted since, unlike many other parts of the island.

Consequently, the village remains largely unspoilt, as does the mountainous countryside of the entire municipality.

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