Sant Pere De Rodes, Girona

About Sant Pere De Rodes, Girona

Sant Pere De Rodes, Girona - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Cami del Monestir, s/n, 17489 El Port de la Selva, Girona, Spain

Phone: +34-972387559

Ticket Price: 5 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details

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A beautiful and majestic building, Sant Pere de Rodes is a 10th century Benedictine monastery which overlooks the Cap de Creus Natural Park. Situated on the mountain of Verdera, 250 metres above sea level, the monastery was declared a cultural site of national interest in the year 1930. The complex is one of the best examples of Romanesque architecture in Girona. Guided tours of the place are available and are highly recommended.

Sant Pere De Rodes Information

  • Not wheelchair accessible.
  • While there, do visit the ruins of the village of Santa Creu de Rodes.

Sant Pere De Rodes Ticket Prices

  • Adults: €4.50
  • People under 21 years of age, groups of 25 or more: €3
  • Seniors (65+) and children 7 and under: Free

How To reach Sant Pere De Rodes by Public Transport

  • None. Cycling or driving uphill to the place is recommended.
  • Port de la Selva bus stop and then taxi from there.

Restaurants Near Sant Pere De Rodes

  • Restaurant present within the monastery premises.

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Sant Pere De Rodes, Girona Reviews - Write a Review

  • Amazing place with beautiful views of the most iconic landscape of Cap de Roses. Guided tours. Ideal to go with children. Restaurant and good accessibility.

  • Great place to visit. Very nice sea views too. Audioguides in many languages. Ok with children, but not suitable for disabled people because of the many stairs.

  • Great (sea)views. Nice ancient place to visit including kids.

  • You can see the sea and the mountains from the monastery! Sunsets are gorgeous here!

  • Worth the visit and amazing views. Even has a Restaurant

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