Cluniac monastery from the 11th-12th centuries. The monastery of San Zoilo was very appreciated by the ancient pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago, mostly due to its hospital, and it keeps the sepulchres of the Infantes de Carrión.

It was founded in the 10th century under the name of San Juan Bautista, renovated during the 11th century.Its name changed to San Zoilo. Originally it was ascribed to the Benedictine order but over the centuries it has belonged to Clunians and Jesuits, and not many years ago it was a Minor Seminary.

Well worth a visit is the Plateresque cloister, a work by Juan de Badajoz, Pedro Torres, Juan de Bobadilla, Juan de Celaya, Miguel Espinosa...

Datos Históricos

Arquitectura Religiosa
Monasterio / Convento
Estilos predominantes:
Románico, Barroco
Periodo Histórico:
Edad Media, Edad Moderna


San Zoilo 23. Carrión de los Condes. 34120 Palencia.

Teléfono: 979 880 902 / 979 880 050 / 979 880 049 / 979 881 090


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Tourist Office of Carrión de los Condes


MONASTERIO DE SAN ZOILO. Carrión de los Condes. 34120 Palencia.

Telephone: 979 880 902 / 649 836 222



Tourist Office of Carrión de los Condes


Casa de Cultura. Carrión de los Condes. 34120 Palencia.

Telephone: 979 880 931 / 979 880 394 (Ayto)

Fax: 979 880 631



Tourist Office Regional of Palencia


C/ Mayor, 31. Palencia. 34001 Palencia.

Telephone: 979 706 523

Fax: 979 706 525



  • General: 3 €
  • Reduced: 2 €
  • Groups: 2 €
(Children under 9 free. Pilgrims 1.50)

Remarks: Winter: closed until further notice. Saturdays can change these times by celebrations in the Church of the Monastery, so it is convenient to call to verify hours. July and August open on Mondays with the same visiting hours.Winter closed until spring.

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