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My wife and I recently stopped in Jerez, Spain while en-route to Algeciras, Spain and Gibraltar...After leaving our hotel we toured the city of Jerez briefly before heading off to the south and Algeciras.
We spotted The Cartuja de Jerez while driving and I stopped...More
Home to a closed community of nuns that are producing and selling pieces of art as well as home made marmalades. We arrived at sunset and found the sisters singing the text of the mass, the church was not lit and candles were used to...More
This beautiful monastery survived because the gate held! Inside the monastery is home to a closed community of nuns but the church is simply amazing, serene and peaceful. A memorable experience after the hustle and bustle of Jerez
It's a little bit far away from Jerez. It's near Albarizones, rather. About the acces, it's easy to get there If you have or even if you have a bike, you can take the path bike. I like the architecture.
We came off the motorway at the Jerez de la Frontera junction and the Charterhouse is between the motorway and the town. It stands on its own. Both the Renaissance gateway and the Gothic and Baroque church facade were beautifully lit in the early evening...More