I loved the scenery. Being close to wildlife representatives is the best (I've been just meters away from a grey fox!). I hated not being able to spend more time in every spot (the drawback of being part of a tour group). It's worth taking a long calmed time there. The old hotel and its gardens are beautiful as well as the little chapel. It takes you back to the past glorious times of this complex. Take your time to admire the delightful "Last supper" fresco inside the chapel.
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