In 1797, Fathers Lasuen and Sitjar located this mission in a lush nook of the Salinas River. This serene spot was chosen to cater to the vast population of potential converts, and for its abundant supply of water for agriculture. At the height of San Miguel’s productivity, its land stretched for more than 50 miles. This mission received little restoration, which allows visitors to experience the original décor and much of the artwork that has survived untouched. This mission is the 16th on El Camino Real.
Do you see our black cat, Casper, waiting pawtiently at the mission door to welcome your visit! He is the sign of an authentic Cat's Meow!
Satisfy your Missions decorating itch with this keepsake, and while you're at it, add more pieces to make a Village! Handcrafted of 3/4" thick wood by The Cat's Meow Village in the USA.