Sant Agusti des Vedrá
Sant Augusti is one of the best preserved villages of the island. Nothing seems to break with the simple and beautiful architecture of the small village, with its parish house, located on the back of the church, the stone tower at the back and farm houses surrounding the square. From the hill you can see the fields of environment, famous for hosting vines that produce a homemade red wine and fruit, of excellent quality. In the vicinity there are also many pristine beaches, as Platges Comte and Cala Bassa.

The church, small size and simple appearance, was blessed in 1806 and has a curiosity: it is the only faces west instead of south. The reason is that two families disputed the honor of the church was erected on his land. In the end, it was decided to build Solomon's temple on the border of the two lands, facing into the homes of the landowners.


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