Monastery of Santa María la Real

The monastery of Santa María la Rea was bequeathed to the Premonstratentian Order by King Alfonso VIII in 1169. In 1222, Mauricio, bishop of Burgo, consecrated the church. Twenty-three ornately carved Romanesque capitals from the church, cloister and other monastic edifices in the area were discovered in 1871. The monastery is home to the Rom, an exhibition area devoted to Romanesque art.

Useful information


P 212, 34800 Aguilar de Campóo


+34 979 12 30 53

Opening hours

Jul-Sep: 10.30am-2pm, 4.30pm-8pm; rest of year: Tue-Fri 4pm-8pm, weekends and Bank Hols 10.30am-2pm, 4.30pm-7.30pm - closed Mon

Nearby tourist attractions

Colegiata de San Miguel Colegiata de San Miguel
Colegiata de San Miguel
Aguilar de Campóo