A gorgeous monastery that overlooks a blue-green lake, Monasterio de Leyre offers an unforgettable tour of religion and history. The architecture itself is a marvel. Check out the 11th-century crypt, as well as the Romanesque portico from the 12th century. You can even immerse yourself in the daily life in this monastery. Listen to the Gregorian chants and meditations of the monks. Guides typically speak Spanish, but you can request English brochures at the entrance. Make Monasterio de Leyre part of your personalized Yesa itinerary using our Yesa tour itinerary planning website.
Monasterio de Leyre reviews
Make sure you download the app for the phone which acts as a guidebook for the parts of the monastery that one is able to visit. Details- and key to gain access, from the shop/welcome centre... more »
The visit is made in two phases. But first, you must go to the store to buy your tickets and get the keys. You´ll have to leave a 5 euros deposit that will be returned when you give back the keys... more »
Very quiet place with a old chuch of 900 century. Can be a good place for picnic. Restaurant also available for a 25€ menu. Nice road as well + view on the lake
Cozy and nice place to stay and rest!
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