Solar da cerca do mosteiro

solar da cerca do mosteiro

Why choose Solar da Cerca do Mosteiro?

Located in the historic center of Alcobaça, Solar da Cerca do Mosteiro is the perfect retreat to enjoy a natural environment, surrounded by historic spaces, with a privileged view of the Alcobaça Monastery and the Serra de Aire e Candeeiros. It offers accommodation of different types, a vast meadow and an outdoor garden with swimming pool.

How far is Solar da Cerca do Mosteiro from Alcobaça?

Solar da Cerca do Mosteiro is 2,150 feet from the center of Alcobaça. What are the check-in and check-out times at Solar da Cerca do Mosteiro? Check-in at Solar da Cerca do Mosteiro is from 3:00 PM, and check-out is until 12:00 PM.

What is the Mosteiro de Alcobaça?

The Wall O Mosteiro de Alcobaça foi cercado por um muro ainda idêntico ao muro existente entre o Solar e o Mosteiro. O muro moderno da Quinta está em cima da velha cerca do Mosteiro e estende-se ao Quintal dos Noviços. O nível de terreno de hoje que limita a Quinta existe desde o maremoto de 1771.

What is the Mosteiro de Alcobaça famous for?

The Mosteiro de Alcobaça was originally harsh and silent but by the 18th century had a reputation of overindulgences (especially with food). This is exemplified by the colossal chimney in the kitchen, which was designed to accommodate a whole ox over the fire pit.

What to do in Alcobaça Portugal?

Mosteiro de Alcobaça (Alcobaça Monastery) Image tour and tourist guide. The Mosteiro de Alcobaça is an imposing and grand monastery complex, and is one of the finest examples of early Gothic architecture in Portugal.

What is the difference between Mosteiro de Alcobaça and Mosteiro da Batalha?

In a direct comparison, most visitors would recommend Mosteiro da Batalha over the Mosteiro de Alcobaça. The Mosteiro de Alcobaça has a much more austere appearance (Early-Gothic styling) than the decorative Mosteiro da Batalha (Late-Gothic and Manueline styles). Related articles: Batalha-Mosteiro da Batalha.

What is the Alcobaça Monastery in Portugal famous for?

Renaissance water basin within the Gothic fountain house in the cloister of the Monastery of Alcobaça. The Alcobaça Monastery is one of the first buildings associated with the Cistercian Order in Portugal.

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