Santa Maria de Huerta Monasterio Cisterciense, Santa Maria de Huerta
(4.7/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Santa Maria de Huerta Monasterio Cisterciense is located in Santa Maria de Huerta. Plan to visit Santa Maria de Huerta Monasterio Cisterciense and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Santa Maria de Huerta attractions using our Santa Maria de Huerta trip builder.
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  • Do not expect to see this monastery in the village so small, in fact you can say that is larger than the town. The visit is interesting and you can see up to six in the afternoon upon payment of €3
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  • I had no idea of the existence of this monastery, but the friends that was travel did the duties, and even though we weren't going to be in Santa María de Huerta but in Alhama de Aragon, that we passed expressly to Santa María de Huerta to see the monastery. A success. It seems to me that we pay each 3 euros to enter, it is as a donation to conservation, the truth seemed cheap. A lot of things to do. For some sites the monastery is fairly deteriorated, and is still impressive. Large enough. Anyway, I was amazed. Also have shop with typical products which I imagine make the monks, as well as the typical religious souvenirs. Most expensive jams than in any supermarket, but I imagine that they will not be equal. They had all the flavors, and many more. I bought a jar of Marmalade of cherries with brandy of orujo. It is that force must be of Vice. There was also a quince, chocolate, as well as preserves made by the monks. Sure I was right with which you bought. It would have brought me half shop but was back and I had been all made purchases, a pity. It is worth going on purpose to see the monastery. The monk's shop explains a little history of the monastery and sells you the entrance and gives access to the same, it was also quite nice.
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  • We passed by here by chance and we were quite surprised. Is quite well preserved and you spread a tranquility as few places
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  • A late Romanesque building evolved into Gothic. Maximum peak of building since the end of the 12TH and the 13TH. Then there were many more additions and restorations. Its good state of preservation allows us to get a clear idea of the vicissitudes of that time.
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  • A true gem this Cistercian Monastery. Prior to the visit audiovisual I think it deserves to see it in context of the monastery. Good shop and brothers (monks) very nice. Definitely worth the stop.
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  • I was hiking, it taught us a very attentive monk, and Nice, you could tell that he enjoyed and who lived what we explained, and the shop well stocked; I'll be back.
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  • Very interesting visit, and great audiovisual envelope the cister and its expansion.
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  • It is interesting, and they have a very well stocked shop. Especially Christmas and Easter postcards are precious. And homemade jams.
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