Monasterio de San Martin Pinario, Santiago de Compostela
(4.5/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web)
A Benedictine monastery, Monasterio de San Martin Pinario is the second-largest religious structure in Santiago, and has been largely rebuilt so that little of the original structure remains. Look for the cloisters inside the church, as well as the altarpiece that tells the stories of Benedictine saints. The gardens are especially peaceful: you can have some tea or read a book there. Modern rooms and facilities are available for those who wish to stay overnight at the monastery. Our Santiago de Compostela vacation builder makes visiting Monasterio de San Martin Pinario and other Santiago de Compostela attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Its location is excellent, next to the Cathedral. Facilities are Parador, but the rooms are too austere, but very clean. We went a bit cold in the room. The wifi goes horribly wrong.
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  • The square where it is located and the interior is beautiful, wonderful altarpiece and perfect conservation. The cost of entry is €2.5, half day (11-13:30) and 16:00 to 18:30. The Museum is interesting, but for those who are not experts, you don't understand anything because all pictures posters, figures... are in Galician
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  • Everything here is friendly, nice, tasteful and reminiscent of the simple but impressive life of Peregrinos. Who rest, restraint and yet possibilities of encounter is looking for is right here.
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  • For a peregrino this is the perfect place to finish your pilgrimage. A private room after weeks of sleeping in mixed gender Albergue dormitorios is almost paradise. Clean sheets, your bed made up daily and clean towels are real luxuries at the end of the Camino de Santiago. Included in the price is an all you can eat breakfast. Dinner at €10 was very good and the service was as good as it comes. Highly recommended
  • Excellent location. Very evocative atmosphere. Room and bathroom are spotless. Good breakfast. Great place to meet people over a beer.
  • The staff was very kind and helpful. The location is perfect. The breakfast buffet was very complete and tasty. I'll repeat as soon as I can.
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  • What a really wonderful place to stay - and after you have completed or walked your Camino. The staff - from front desk, restaurant and housekeeping - are most helpful, friendly and professional. I have stayed here many times - and each time I come away thinking of when I would return. I highly recommend Hospederia San Martin Pinario.