This monastery is where nuns of the Order of Saint Clare of Assisi (usually called Poor Clares) lead a life of prayer and ... More
Monasterio de Santa Clara
This monastery is where nuns of the Order of Saint Clare of Assisi (usually called Poor Clares) lead a life of prayer and contemplation, having renounced the world and earthly possessions. The church is a lovely cream-colored building that is very much in the mold of Spanish-built mission churches in California, U.S.A. Carrying on an old tradition, people often come here with offerings (usually eggs) and ask the saintly nuns to pray for good weather.
Located in this urban setting, Villas de Santa Fe Resort puts you just a short walk from the central plaza.
Guests can also use the resort shuttle to visit all the history, art and nature available. At the resort ...
A former 18th century monastery, Hotel Monasterio San Miguel is within walking distance of the Puerto de Santa Maria and
approximately two miles from the airport. This location is also six miles from the Spanish Riding School and Jerez ...
An architectural jewel of the Spanish Gothic style whose outstanding features are the cloisters and the arched galleries. The ground
floor houses numerous sculptures along with some fine carved stone reliefs depicting images of animals and vegetation. The upper ...