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ARE YOU VISITING COMILLAS IN OCTOBER?
MONUMENTS OPENING HOURS (OCTOBER 2021)
THE SOBRELLANO PALACE AND THE CHAPEL-MAUSOLEUM OF THE MARQUIS OF COMILLAS:
FROM 1ST TO 24TH OCTOBRE: Tuesday to Sunday: from 9:50 to 18:30 hrs (last visit 17:40h.)
FROM 25TH TO 31ST OCTOBRE: Tuesday to Friday: from 9:50 to 15:30 hrs (last visit 14:30h.). Saturday and Sunday: from 9:50 to 17:30h. (last visit 16:40h.) CLOSED ON MONDAY.
Ticket price: Sobrellano Palace. Children younger than 4 years old free; from 4 to 12 years old 1,50€; over 12 years and adults 3€. Chapel-Mausoleum: Children younger than 4 years old free; from 4 to 12 years old 1,50€; over 12 years and adults 3€. firstname.lastname@example.org
The last access to the gardens will be 30 minutes before closing. The visit of the interior of the monuments is exclusively guided.
BOOKINGS: via internet centros.culturadecantabria.com or via phone 942598425 (book with 24h of anticipation) if you want to see the inside of the buildings.
EL CAPRICHO DE GAUDÍ:
Daily, open from 10:30 to 20:00h (last admission at 19:30 hrs). Guided visits: 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 16:00, 17:00 and 18:00h.
Puente del Pilar (del 9 al 12 de octubre): Guided visits: 11:00, 11:30 12:00, 12:30, 13:00, 13:30, 16:00, 16:30, 17:00, 17:30, 18:00 and 18:30h.
Ticket price: General admission: 7€. Reduced (accreditation required: retired, persons with accredited disabilities, students, large family, unemployed): 5€. From 7 to 14 years old: 3€. Children under 7 years old, free.
Point of entry: Fuente Real. Capacity: Access with controlled capacity.
Tel: 942 72 03 65 / Email:email@example.com
TICKETS ONLINE: https://tickets.elcaprichodegaudi.com
FORMER PONTIFICAL UNIVERSITY:
Gardens open daily, from 10:00 to 19:00h. Vehicle access 2€. INTERIOR TEMPORARY CLOSED.
CENTRO CULTURAL “EL ESPOLÓN”:
Lunes a viernes de 10:00 a 13:00 y de 16:00 a 20:00h. Destaca su patio central. Exposiciones temporales. Tel: 942720276.
Download monuments opening hours: HORARIOS_PAG_OCTOBER
Rioturbio, a small hamlet, which takes its name from the stream next to it that flows from the Monte Corona forest and ends in La Rabia lagoon, is considered one of the main entrances of the Monte Corona forest and thus part of Oyambre’s natural reserve.
It contains several examples of traditional architecture, and a small hermitage devoted to San Miguel. This simple church has a rectangular floor plan. Its main façade is framed by ashlars windbreak walls. The Romanesque door has a Romanesque opening on either side and above is a circular window.