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Monjas Mercedarias Descalzas

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Monjas Mercedarias Descalzas

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Plazuela de Botica 2, Arcos de la Frontera Spain
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Discover beautiful surroundings of Andalusia on a private full-day tour
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Discover beautiful surroundings of Andalusia on a private full-day tour

We have included the most beautiful places in the area on this tour - you shouldn't miss them! Ronda is for sure is the pearl of this area - located in the rocks it offers magnificent views! Zahara de la Sierra and Arcos de la Frontera are other amazing locations - a hidden in mountains White Hill Towns. On this tour, we offer you to explore it with our great guide.
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Wrldadvent wrote a review Oct 2019
Toronto, Canada350 contributions148 helpful votes
This is truly a hidden gem, cloistered nuns hidden from view making and selling the most delicious cookies. You ring a bell, ask for your order (in Spanish) and a closed lazy susan spins within a wall to provide the cookies, and you put the money, spun again and the nuns take the money. Never see the nuns.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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corinneg655 wrote a review Jun 2018
Winnetka14 contributions19 helpful votes
We visited Arcos de la Frontera with a wonderful guide who brought us to this convent. You can buy almond pastries here for a small price. My teenage daughter had never been into a cloister before and thought it was amazing how the nuns do not have contact with the outside world. This is an interesting place to visit--especially with teenagers who can't imagine living life without their cell phones! Later we took our pastries up to the top of the bluff where there is a lovely state-run hotel and enjoyed the pastries outside on the patio with a cup of coffee. A great view with part of the town's culture mixed in.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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