It's a neat little chapel on top of the high hills. Very quaint and happy. Define jelly worth a visit.
About Alto Vista Chapel
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We stopped here in a quiet day, and were treated to a lovely experience at this old and serene chapel. At one of the highest places on the island, there are some pretty vistas here. On the day we were here, a man was filming...More
This might has significance for people interested in colonial history or religion but to me it was just another Chapel. It was part of Day tour we had so visited there.. Its in mid of nowhere - unless its part of site seeing tours I...More
Postcard perfect, beautiful little chapel. This was a stop on our ATV tour. As you drive up there are the stations of the cross represented along the winding road. Worth a stop for the photo opp.
Stopped here as one of the stops on our island sightseeing tour in the Aruban countryside. Chapel was originally built in 1750 by a Spanish missionary. Several vendors selling religious items, Aruban souvenirs, etc. outside the church. Could walk around a bit as there is...More
Pretty little church, sign says no photographs inside but most people seem to ignore this. It's no York Minster but has it's own diminutive beauty. Number or souvenir stalls outside, somehow called to mind Jesus driving the moneylenders from the temple?