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Interesting stop and very reasonable price

The Monestir was en-route, the scenic way, from Palma to Port de Pollenca and we decided to call... read more

Reviewed 23 September 2016
CharlieCB
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Swindon
Lovrly little church on the hill

Lovely little church at the top of the hill with great views to sea on both sides. Nice peaceful... read more

Reviewed 1 September 2015
Peter B
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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 6 September 2015

While browsing things to do in the neighborhood, I stumbled upon this "Monestir". The price of this was 5 euro and at first I was really disappointed.. You'll receive a paper which contains some numbers and explanation of the things you will encounter.

You'll start at a mill and will go inside the house to do some sightseeing. Not much to see or interesting. But when walking to the gardin and moving to the coastline, wow! The views are just remarkable! I was quite touched at the moment and I really felt relaxed.. This is what vacation is all about!!

The views outside are really worth the price!

1  Thank Sven C
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Reviewed 1 September 2015

Lovely little church at the top of the hill with great views to sea on both sides. Nice peaceful little cemetery at the back. Typical baroque decoration in the interior. Short stroll from the village.

1  Thank Peter B
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Reviewed 15 October 2014

Rather unteresting but outside with very nice views towards the mediteranian. Nice walk through the city though.

1  Thank AwayCS
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Reviewed 27 September 2014

To get here you travel up the skinny road to the top of the hill. The cemetery has great views down to city.

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Reviewed 15 August 2014

For us, this place was odd, but strangely appealing. On a rational level, it is a 'hotch-potch' of different building styles and antiquities built/collected by a rich eccentric 19C Austrian aristocrat on the site of a long gone monastery - it's all rather dusty and poorly labelled amid partially tended grounds. However, its quirkiness and the wonderful setting exerted a charm we didn't find elsewhere. We had the place more or less to ourselves and loved wandering around, particularly the grounds where there are marvellous views over the cliffs/coastline. If you enjoy nice views, the obscure and off-beat, then its well worth visiting - just don't expect café facilities (there were toilets) or to understand exactly what you are seeing

2  Thank ElaineWindsorUK
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