The San Clemente Church on the headland is another landmark of the town. It is said that there has been a church here since the 13th century, but the church we see today was rebuilt in the 18th century and is more famous than the church. It is the tower of the church. Today, this church and tower are not open to the public.
Compared with the previous two churches, this church is relatively small in scale, but it is also very distinctive. The top of the church is very jagged.
The lighthouse is located at the tip of the promontory and is the veritable "Piran Nose". The circular jagged tower of the 18th century San Clemente Church reminds people of the ancient lighthouse when Piran was officially named!