Visiting Monastério de Piedra
This is a medieval monastery located in the municipality of Nuévalos, Zaragoza, constructed in the 12th century by Cistercian monks and is surrounded by acres of lush natural park featuring waterfalls, pools, and caves. Visitors receive a map with a suggested itinerary, that really eases the visit.
The park offers plenty of attractions, including the famous Horse Tail waterfall, the Mirror Pool, a wine museum, and an exhibition on the history of chocolate. People with reduced mobility will have some difficulties in making the essential route, but there are some points where the route can be shortened.
Ruins of monastery
The great attraction of the complex is undoubtedly the spectacular park, but, despite being seriously ruined, a visit to the former monastery adds some points of interest.
Hotel Monastério de Piedra
The best-preserved part of the monastery was converted into a hotel, but contrary to what is customary without luxury standards, providing a three-star service.
Guests benefit from a special price on visiting the park throughout their stay.