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After driving through a crooked road up to the hill, we finally arived at this place. It was almost closing time so we couldn't go inside. We enjoyed the view of Cordoba and soon drove down hill before it was getting dark as it would...More
We drove to this place it's a little out the way you would need your own transport, but once your there it's a little gem, so peaceful the tiny church is lovely. You walk around by yourselves would have been nice if you could have...More
the very cheap entry fee is worth paying if only for the view.
You'll visit afew private chambers and the chapel, but you can stroll down to the marble chair and take on the magnificent view.
Do not go on a rainy day.
The story of the hermitage is an interesting one. However there is not a great deal of information in English at the site. Fortunately, we had a spanish friend with us. The cells and the chapel are not really to my taste and to be...More
We checked the official tourist information website for opening times and made a special trip up the mountain to visit Las Ermitas. Much to our disappointment the place was shut and there was a small sign in Spanish to say that it was shut in...More
This is actually a chapel that is right in the middle of what was a mosque initially and the best part is that the whole place is located far from the crowd and in a very peaceful area. The view of the chapel and the...More
We came here with our friend who lives in Cordoba. He had been on the outside many times but never went in. We just went to the overlook. We did not see the chapel. Our friend liked it so much he said he would bring...More
In the high hills next to Cordoba there lies a former retreat hermitage for the monks of the Discalced Carmelite order, now unpopulated but open to the public. The monks honored poverty, silence, solitude and penance as a means of coming closer to God.