Main church to the town, it was named as such in honour of the Apostle day on which victory was gained over the moors on September 21st.
The works started on XVI century with a gothic architectural style. The first Marquis of Tarifa took care of the costs, but construction was held to a stop when the City Council went to Court against the Marquis.
The façade was built on XVIII century and it showcasts a Neogothic style, four classical columns and the Saint Peter coat of arms.
The Forgiveness Door is gothic in style and its name derives from a privilege granted by Saint Paul to wrongdoers.
The church is divided into three naves and the central nave is deemed the main one. XVI century tableaus may be found inside, together with a XIV century holy chalice and important carvings of the XVIII century.
Open all week
Visiting hours: 09:00 to 13:00 and 18:00 to 21:00
Mass on Mondays and Thursdays at 19:30 / Sundays and public holidays at 12:00 and 19:30