Visit neighboring pilgrimage sites

 

 

Church of the Primacy of Peter in Tabgha (Photo: eFesenko, Shutterstock)
Church of the Primacy of Peter, Tabgha (Photo: Zvonimir Atletic, Shutterstock)
Statue of Peter and Christ, Church of the Primacy of Peter, Tabgha
Church of the Primacy of Peter, Tabgha (Photo: Kavram, Shutterstock)
Courtyard, Church of the Primacy of Peter, Tabgha (eFesenko, Shutterstock)
Church of the Multiplication of Loaves and Fishes, Tabgha (Photo: Kavram, Shutterstock)
Church of the Multiplication of Loaves and Fishes (Photo: Vblinov, Shutterstock)
Front altar, Church of the Multiplication of Loaves and Fishes, Tabgha (Photo: Vblinov, Shutterstock)
Mosaic on the floor of the Church of Multiplication of loaves and fishes, Tabgha
(Photo: Berthold Werner, Wikimedia Commons)
Olive tree in courtyard of the Church of the Multiplication of Loaves and Fishes, Tabgha
(Photo: David Shankbone, CCA 1.2)
Church of the House of St Peter, Capernaum (Photo: Meunierd, Shutterstock)
Church of the House of St Peter, Capernaum (Photo: Random Exposure, CCA 2.0)
Interior of the Church of the House of St Peter, Capernaum
(Photo: Berthold Werner, Wikimedia Commons)
Wooden fresco of the Crucifixion, Church of the House of St Peter, Capernaum
(Photo: Zvonimir, Shutterstock)
Church of the House of St Peter, Capernaum
(Photo: Zvonimir Atletic, Shutterstock)
Greek Orthodox Church of the Twelve Apostles, Capernaum (Photo: Dmitriy Feldman Svarshik, Shutterstock)
Fresco, Greek Orthodox Church of the Twelve Apostles, Capernaum (Photo: Kobby Dagan, Shutterstock)
Fresco, Greek Orthodox Church of the Twelve Apostles, Capernaum (Photo: Kobby Dagan, Shutterstock)

 

 

When staying at the Church of the Beatitudes, you can easily make a day trip to visit other famous churches nearby including:

  • the Franciscan Church of the Primacy of Peter in Tabgha
  • the Benedictine Church of the Multiplication of Loaves and Fishes in Tabgha
  • the Pilgrimage Church of St. Peter in Capernaum (Franciscan)
  • the Greek Orthodox Church of the Twelve Apostles in Capernaum