Declared a parish in 1968, this simple modernist-style construction has its origin in an old hermitage built by the founders of Santiago de la Ribera.
Initially built as a small chapel, several expansion works were carried out over the years due to the crowded area. The current church houses, in its interior, images of Saint James the Greater and the Virgin of Carmel. However, what most attracts the attention of its facade are the crosses of Saint James the Greater exposed above its main entrance.
What to see in San Javier