The Saint Anthony Porch is one of the entrance gates of the old medieval wall of Lorca, which is exceptional for its great state of conservation.
It is a corner gate, located inside a tower 8 meters in front and 5 meters on its side. The current gate rests on an old Arab tower and was rebuilt between the 13th and early 14th centuries.
The capitals show a sculptural decoration, with two half-length lions facing each other, which today are very worn.
Inside the first body, on an altar, a mural painted during the 14th century stands out, in which Saint Ginés de la Jara is presented in a mountainous landscape.
Civil Architecture in Lorca
Religious Architecture in Lorca
Museums in Lorca