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Monestir de Sant Pere de Casserres, Vic
(4.7/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • Arrive early and you might have the place to yourself. Carefully restored monastery high on a peninsula. 
  • Driving, looking for the monastery is a pleasure in itself because one passes through beautiful natural forest roads where autumnal colors and mushrooms abound, following the meandering Riu Ter. The m...  more »
  • Romanesque monastery well preserved and in an embidiable environment. You arrive by road from the Parador de Turismo in the Sau reservoir. You Park and to reach the monastery have to pass through the restaurant! that has a nice menu but can star as well... I went to another I had rservado. Pass by the restaurant and you dirigs to the monastery, about 500 meters and as these. Three euros visit that are little to what you see. Well explained in panels and models. In little more than 40 minutes you do visit. Small cloister but very large church. Environment magnificent already in a peninsula.meandro of the Marsh... I reminded the arribes del Duero.
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  • Located in a unique place (at the turn of the river Ter), is very well preserved. The visit is worth it. There is a restaurant next door.
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  • One of the best Romanesque monasteries of Catalonia recently restored in a privileged location, good views of the river Ter.
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  • Erected in the 10th and 11th century on a rocky promontory overlooking the waters of the Sau dam, this monastery dedicated to st Benedict now is a place of catalan Romanesque art where the visit is very pleasant. Worth the trip!
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  • Beautiful place. Spectacular panoramic views. General admission to the monastery is 3 euros, the reduced 1.5 euros. There is also a bar-restaurant at the entrance.
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  • Very nice and impressive. It's worth a visit.
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