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Monasterio de Santa Maria de La Vid

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Lovely place to visit

We really enjoyed our visit as this is a spectacular building, but really didn't get the best out... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Surrey, United Kingdom

Monasterio owned and ruled by Agustinos monks. Perfect place to relax , to participate in their... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Lali I
Madrid, Spain
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C/Camino Real, 09491 La Vid, Spain
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Reviewed 4 days ago

We really enjoyed our visit as this is a spectacular building, but really didn't get the best out of it as we speak very little Spanish, and even though we were the only people on the tour the guide only spoke Spanish, and we had...More

Thank PennyH2009
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Monasterio owned and ruled by Agustinos monks. Perfect place to relax , to participate in their carholic traditions. The environment is the countryside near a little town ( La Vid y Barrios ) where you can eat an oncredible Spanish lamb .:el lagar The rooms...More

Thank Lali I
Reviewed October 8, 2017

Enjoyed a walk around this monastery in the sunshine. Very interesting building. We did not venture inside though. In lovely countryside beside the hotel we stayed in - El Lagar de Isilla

Thank Emily M
Reviewed September 24, 2017

Visits are only available as a guided tour and these are delivered in Spanish. However, they have a somewhat curtailed English translation on paper, so the Padre just says the number he's up to and you can read the relevant info describing what you're looking...More

Thank Kate S
Reviewed March 17, 2017

If you are driving along the A1 motorway between Madrid and Burgos when you arrive at Aranda de Duero it might be worth taking the N122 towards Soria. After only 20 km you will come to this wonderful monastery in the middle of nowhere. This...More

Thank rodgerc973
Reviewed February 16, 2017

This is one of the most amazing monasteries I have ever visited or stayed in! You would never imagine that such a jewel is hidden in such a small village. I strongly recommend visiting the monastery, attending mass in its church, etc. It's also a...More

Thank rodri
Reviewed December 31, 2015

The day we went the tour was only in Spanish so we understood very little. It was still very interesting and beautiful and the price was inexpensive. The only other couple on the tour would interpret a few of the highlights for us which we...More

Thank Bullock124
Reviewed September 16, 2015

The most peaceful and tranquil place you can find on earth. I visited this place 14 years ago and I always coming back. I have recommended to people and they were fascinated with this place. This place is quiet, has many outdoor activities to do,...More

Thank Rocio T
Reviewed June 17, 2015

This was next to our hotel so we went to look but unfortunately it was closed. However, it is beautiful and the grounds are nice to walk around. Check out the birds etc in the cages around the back - ducks, chickens, peacocks etc. worth...More

Thank ClaraM
Reviewed May 15, 2015 via mobile

It was a casual visit, we didn't expect to find so valuable remains in this unknokwn Monastery. The Father explained us every single detail during the tour. We were delighted. It's highly recommended to visit Santa Maria De la Vid Monastery.

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