La Cartuja Monastery

  • La Cartuja monastery. Granada

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La Cartuja Monastery

La Cartuja Monastery


From Apr 01 to Oct 31
 Monday to Sunday
 10:00 to 20:00

From Nov 01 to Mar 31
 Monday to Friday
 10:00 to 18:00

Public holidays and [sunday]
 10:00 to 18:00

La Cartuja Monastery


General: €5
Reduced: €3,50

La Cartuja Monastery


The Carthusian Monastery shows the splendour of Andalusian Baroque. Three centuries passed from the time building work on it began until it finished; that is why, although the initial project was medieval, it turned out to be a great example of Baroque style. La Cartuja was inhabited until 1836. A Venetian glass door leads onto the Sacrarium, located behind the Main Altar. The Sacristy is considered the crowning work of Late Spanish Baroque and has a skirting made of marble from Lanjarón. The decoration inside the Monastery is outstanding, with marbles, columns and carved wood. Within its walls, it holds a valuable collection of paintings by artists such as Sánchez Cotán, Bocanegra and Carducho, amongst others.

Carthusian monastery

Artistic period:

Historic period:
16th century