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It's only open at weekends and you have to pay for a guided tour in Spanish if you want to go inside. We settled for a walk round the site which was mildly interesting as we knew very little about Buddhism. Unlike many of your...More
Visited this place expecting a pleasing experience. My family had visited before and walked around a small lake-this had been drained-why who knows. We had paid to go inside the building but were subjected to half an hour of a long diatribe about buddhism(as I...More
Very pleased that we made the trip but will have to read up on the Monastery once back home as the tours were in all in Spanish. Quite undertandable but a little leaflet in other languages woud have been very handy. We joined the tour...More
This place is not that easy to find. You might need a map! However it not that often you can visit a Buddhist Monastery in Spain! Its interesting, the tour is great (it multiple languages) and the whole site is peaceful as you might expect....More