Convento de Santa Clara, Palma de Mallorca

Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Church
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  • The convent of Sta. Clara is a cloistered nuns one. It was built in the thirteenth century on the remains of an arabic building during the reign of the king James I, so-called “the Conqueror”. Due to....  more »
  • We visited after reading in a guide book about the tradition of buying biscuits made by nuns by means of a sort of "lazy Susan" cupboard. We liked the small church, which had a holy atmosphere, and.....  more »
  • This little convent is a simple but beautiful church that is such a peaceful place to sit for a few minutes to contemplate. Has some beautiful side chapels that you must look at. Do take a few...  more »
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  • Over 700 years old nuns convent, peaceful please where you can visit the frontyard and the church. Moreover, don't miss their homemade pastries and icecream which you can buy by the door on the right side before of the temple entry. Press the bell button close to a lathe or turning shield display from where you'll get your product and place your money without having any eye contact with the selling nun under convent clousing statement.
  • We visited, very peaceful, but beware they siesta between 12.30? And 6.00? So we couldn't get any biscuits
  • Very quiet and peaceful place for respectful visitors. The church is modest modernist building inside with couple detailed altars and a beautiful Pieta. At specific times it is possible to buy pastries hand made by the nuns. It is made so , that they serve you through a special door and you are not able to see them.
  • In the area surrounding the cathedral you can visit this old church of santa Clara, it's worth the 5 minute walk.
  • Especially good at major festivals (St Antoni, Easter etc). The nuns also sell excellent biscuits.

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