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Located in the small village of Tlacochahuaya, this colorful monastery is dedicated to the patron saint of hermits.
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Calle Rector Lopez Argueta, 18001 Granada, Spain
+34 958 27 93 37
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Well worth a visit to this tranquil monastery. Captures the peaceful lifestyle of the inhabitants and the church is beautiful.

Thank Jo F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Our neighbours raved about this church, so we decided to pay it a visit when we visited Granada. And we weren't disappointed. It may not look particularly special from the outside, but it's jaw-droppingly magnificent inside (more so than the cathedral, we thought). Incredibly ornate...More

Thank SandC8
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This monastery is a bit away from the city centre. It thus does not have the usual tourist crowd. The courtyard is very serene. Unfortunately we did not have time to enter.

Thank Leon L
Reviewed 1 June 2018 via mobile

We visited the gardens of this beautiful monastery & were truly enchanted by the beautiful gardens & tranquility of the place. Although in the city you feel a million miles away from the bustle of the city streets. Unfortunately we were unable to go inside...More

Thank JTJD
Reviewed 20 May 2018

Not grand from outside, but once inside it is a different story altogether. There is a entry fee of about 3 euros, but it is worth it. Don't miss.

Thank Basav_Roychoudhury
Reviewed 9 May 2018

A must-see for all die-hard church lovers. Old architecture for those who enjoy the taste of history.

Thank Vannegen
Reviewed 7 May 2018

You know how you sometimes walk in a door and catch your breath? Then you step farther in and can hardly believe your eyes? This church is that kind of “WOW!” After the Alhambra and the Royal Chapel and Cathedral, this place can be ranked...More

Thank DanS1950
Reviewed 7 May 2018

This is a can't miss among the many gorgeous cathedrals and churches in Granada. It was the first one of the many that we toured, and I think it had some of the most interesting details, especially with the painted ceilings and classic patio/courtyard with...More

Thank Cindy S
Reviewed 28 April 2018

Not open continuously so take care, but once in there the monastery church is a gem! Amazing place to just look at all these details. Worth the detour!

Thank Arjen R
Reviewed 21 April 2018

A friend recommended we visit here and we were so glad we did. Wander through the rooms around the cloisters surrounding the orchard of orange and lemon trees and finish in the church to view the magnificent altarpiece - my husband nearly missed it! We...More

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14 May 2017|
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Response from 205jeanniem | Reviewed this property |
For the monastery there is no need to book any tickets. Just walk to the place and go in. It was very quiet there. It is on teh Granada card but you can just pay for one entry like most special churches. It is really worth a... More
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Response from Linda7491 | Reviewed this property |
Not that I was aware of, I didn't see any type of tourist accommodation inside the monastery.