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Monasterio de Leyre

31410 Yesa, Spain
+34 948 88 41 50
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great place

went to vespers at 0730. It meant an early morning start to get their from Pamplona but well worth... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
TheTextualHealer
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Hendaye, France
Great!!

Benedictines are known as the keepers of great places and this is one of those. A XII century... read more

Reviewed May 4, 2018
e103db
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Barcelona, Spain
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31410 Yesa, Spain
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"architecture"
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"france"
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

went to vespers at 0730. It meant an early morning start to get their from Pamplona but well worth it to see Benedictine chanting 'live'. A great setting too

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Reviewed May 4, 2018 via mobile

Benedictines are known as the keepers of great places and this is one of those. A XII century monastery where you can follow the peace of the monks and enjoy the silence in a marvelous surrounding. We attended vespers with 17 monks singing Gregorian. A...More

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Reviewed March 14, 2018

A lovely old building, still a working monastery with over 15 Benedictine monks in residence. Beautifully maintained with lovely grounds and great views of the surrounding hills. The monks chanting was beautiful.

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Reviewed October 21, 2017

Group of biker friends staying on an overnight on round trip France-Spain-Portugal-Spain-France. Location of the hotel is on the St Jacque de Compostele route, or at least 1 of the routes as there seem to be hundreds of them. As it is attached to the...More

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Reviewed July 16, 2017

The monastery played an important role in local history that you can have explained by guides. The church is peculiar (as well as slightly assymetrical) and has just been restored. It holds the remains of several of the earliest kings of Pamplona and Navarre and...More

1  Thank Miguel C
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Reviewed June 25, 2017

The scenery surrounding the hotel is beautiful and if you walk a short way up the hillside at the rear of the Monastery you get a wonderful view of the old building and the lake beyond. We did it early morning and the lighting was...More

1  Thank Michael P
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Reviewed June 18, 2017

Lovely scenery, ancient architecture, and beautiful church. The interior you see is mostly on the bottom foundation. This is almost in France and on a branch of the Way of Saint James. Views include the Yesa dam and the Pyrenees.

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Reviewed May 21, 2017

You won't see that much of the monastery itself but you will be able to visit a church and mainly a crypt that is definitely worth the visit. You have to pay a small fee for the visit, they give you a key and you...More

Thank Marie T
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Reviewed April 22, 2017 via mobile

It's a spiritual stay, with an expectation of basic room and services considering it's a hotel monastery, I was truly impressed. The room has a tough of details, elegance and cleanses. The old classic closets, windows with a view of the walls built in 11th...More

1  Thank Claire C
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Reviewed September 25, 2016 via mobile

Located in beautiful place, surroundings are worth to take the trip. It costs 3 euros to enter the building. If you happen to be there at the time of services you can enter the church for free. On Sunday vispers (19:00) is nice experience, monks...More

2  Thank Nina S
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