Guided Tour Of The Monastery Of San Clemente
The San Clemente Monastery was built following the Reconquest of Seville by Fernando III, the Saint, on the day of San Clemente (hence its name), and belongs to the Cistercian Order of women. Some of the most prominent women in medieval Sevillian society are linked to this convent. Would you like to learn more about who these ladies were?
This visit is a must to learn about the origins of the Cistercian order, its founders, and how the nuns, who have devoted their lives to prayer and work, live their lives within this monastery.