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Mayreau Catholic Church, Mayreau

Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
Take a steep stroll through town and up to Mayreau Catholic Church, a beautiful little Catholic church built on the hill, affording fantastic views out across neighboring islands. One hundred years old and still functioning, the church opens its doors during mass where a warm welcome awaits you. This quaint structure makes for a pleasant stop on a hike across this small island. Bring your camera and head around the back to capture the views. Mayreau Catholic Church is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Mayreau Edition.
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  • Certainly worth the short walk up the hill from Salt Whistle Bay. Rebuilt the last time in 1917. Stain glass and paintings. You don't have to be Catholic to appreciate it. Be sure to go around back fo...  read more »
  • Unexpected and quality. What commitment at the service of the poor! When comparing what is happening in the "territories of overseas" and the quality of investments cannot only be pensive to observe the astronomical amounts spent by... the empire British to attract wealthy and the derisory sums to disposition of... the village school!
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