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Abbazia Benedettina di San Martino delle Scale

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Piazza Platani 11 Sorge Poco Fuori L'abitato, Su Un'area Vasta E Tranquilla, 90046 San Martino delle Scale, Sicily Italy
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Richard_Harpum wrote a review May 2017
Doncaster, United Kingdom1688 contributions430 helpful votes
My wife and I visited the Benedictine abbey at San Martino della Scale near Monreale during a two-week vacation in Sicily, as it was mentioned in our guide book. It was quite a drive from Monreale but we did not have any trouble finding it. As there did not seem to be anyone around, we let ourselves into a large corridor through a side door and then went into the church, which was quite large. When we started heading to the cloister, we were met by a large group of people, some of the brothers from the monastery who made it was clear that we were not supposed to be there! This was odd, as we encountered a large group of school children outside who arrived just arrived on a coach. So we were not sure whether or not there are specified opening times or you need to book to visit. Probably not worth the detour.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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