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Mallorca Pass > All Attractions > Real de la Cartuja (Monastery)

Real de la Cartuja (Monastery)

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The Real de la Cartuja is an old complex of Carthusian monasteries that is located in Valldemossa. Built by a king from Aragon in 1399, this current monastery complex originates (for the most part) from the 18th century. In 1835, the state took over the monastery and had distributed the monks and also sold the cells individually. Even today, many of these cells are owned by private parties. Note: the counter closes 30 minutes before the end of opening hours

Opening times

Monday-Saturday: 10am-4:30pm
Closed: November, December, January

Admission fee Real de la Cartuja

Adults: € 4
Children (until 10 years): € 2,00

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Tickets Real de la Cartuja

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Address Real de la Cartuja

Address:
King Sancho's Palace
Plaza de la Cartuja
07170 Valldemossa

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Description Real de la Cartuja

This old monastery - formerly a royal residence - was founded by Carthusian monks and was inhabited from 1399 until their expulsion in 1835. In 1835 the state took over the monastery, the monks were expelled and the individual cells were sold. Even today the cells of the monastery are still in various private hands. As a result, a wide variety of things are displayed in the individual cells. Among other things, the neoclassical church, an old pharmacy and the audience hall with the chair of the priest can be seen. Discover the Real de la Cartuja with all its small highlights. Already the building itself is worth a visit. The tour includes the old part (Palace of King Sancho) and the 18th century extension around the baroque cloister (church and cells).   

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