The walls of the 13th century Monastery hide almost eight centuries of history since its consecration in 1218.
Here you can contemplate the main characteristics of Cistercian architecture.
The Church is the central building, with an annexed cloister around which the monastic rooms are arranged: Chapter House, Chailleria or warehouse, Kitchen, Refectory and Heater.
You can also visit the Wine Museum D.O. Calatayud, belonging to the Wine Route, the Carriage Exhibition and the Exhibition of the “History of Chocolate”.
Located in the former Cistercian Monastery of the 13th century, the Hotel has been declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in the category of Monument. Its impressive facilities take you back to distant times: 13th century cloister, vaulted corridors, Renaissance staircase, library, spa, all of spectacular beauty that will make you live a unique experience.
Different spaces and rooms hide sensitive and relaxing surprises inside:
Hydrothermal circuit, with heated swimming pool, swan neck and pressure waterfall.
Frigidarium or cold pool. Chromatic showers with water mist.
Hamman, Finnish sauna, and relaxation area with warm beds and infusions.
Massage cabins and treatments to transfer soul mind to a world of relaxation and well-being. Aromas, oils and wrappers wisely selected to leave an indelible memory of your stay.
The Natural Park, Historical Garden of the Monastery of Piedra, offers a spectacular journey through an exuberant nature. A surprising landscape where roads and trails cross waterfalls, streams, lakes and caves, under the shade of ancient trees and exceptional vegetation.
Its unusual geological location, fed by the Río Piedra, forms a unique space with an astonishing variety of flora and fauna. It was not by chance that the first fish farm in Spain was created here 150 years ago, and it is considered an ecosystem of extraordinary biological richness.