Sant Miquel del Fai Monastery, Sant Feliu de Codines

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Admire a well-preserved display of medieval Spanish architecture at Sant Miquel del Fai Monastery, built into a cliff face wedged within Catalonia's coastal mountains. Make your way up into the canyon to reach the abbey's main square, cut into the rock jutting out over a rugged valley and accented by waterfalls. Marvel at the namesake chapel of Sant Miquel, a 10th-century construction full of Romanesque arches set within the mountain itself, and its surrounding side tunnels and tombs. Afterward, you can stop for a bite to eat or a cold drink at the outdoor priory house, now a terraced restaurant. Plan to see Sant Miquel del Fai Monastery and other attractions that appeal to you using our Sant Feliu de Codines vacation builder.
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  • It is a unique place that is worth to visit and, as not, advisable to follow the guided tour (which included with the price of admission to the complex). With the guided tour we could know the history of the place and all your most important events. Its waterfalls water and caves make it a wonderful place to spend a good morning.
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  • very nice place to visit, especially after abundant rainfall. the waterfalls are amazing. views fantastic. We have been to a few foreign friends and loved the visit.
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  • Sant Miquel del Fai, in Barcelona, is one of the most impressive landscapes of the uniqueness of its landscape is caused, mainly, by the effect of the water on the rocks, and the environment. In one of the caves lies the monastery of Sant Miquel del Fai, using own stone from the cave ceiling and turning it into the largest Troglodyte Church in the country.
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