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The church built into the rock with the cliff overhanging was fascinating. For the complex as a whole, it's interesting to see how it was expanded over the centuries, and to notice the changes in architecture between the parts that were built at different times....More
Driving up to this place is a beautiful ride. You will pass the old Monastery and a guide tells you to keep on moving to the central parking. From there you can visit the new Monastery. 2 options to go to the old Monastery. By...More
We parked at the New Monastery as you need to buy the tickets there. It is a huge building and plenty to see but it is all in Spanish so not very informative for English speakers. The free shuttle bus takes you down to the...More
Staying in the beautiful Panticosa we found that there is is an exceptional monastery, comprised of an old huge 20th century Reconstracted monastery that was burnt וn which there is a very impressive archaeological museum. The old monastery was also Reconstracted. It is built under...More
I don't know how many times we've been here and every occasion we discover something new and interesting.
A short walk takes you from the car park to this gorgeous monastery nestled under a rock and hidden in a such a way that I presume...More
We took the trail from Santa Cruz de la Seros through the hills up to the Monasterio. (Not for the faintt hearted, an undulating 90 minute walk)
The monastery is truly magnificent and it's amazing how it has stood the test of time.
Historic site of old monastery under a cliff overhang, worth driving a mountain road.
We visited there after a big snowfall. The parking space of the information centre uphill (and this old monestry, if any) was covered with deep snow, and we could not but...More
A historic site you should not miss. Build in under a cliff this monastic hideaway has survived time itself.
Pay to enter. But worth every euro.
Pilgrim stamp available at the office where to pay your enterance fee.