Convent of Santa Isabel la Real

The monastery church, with a Mudejar frame, is rarely open but you can admire the Gothic doorway bearing the symbols of the Catholic Monarchs: the arrows for Ferdinand and the yoke for Isabella. This monastery named after the Catholic Queen was installed as of the Reconquista, in the gardens and outhouses of the Palacio de Dar-al-Horra.

Useful information

Address : 

Calle Santa Isabel la Real 15

Phone:

+34 958 27 78 36

Opening hours

access by appointment, book with Fundación Albayzín

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