The monastery of Zenarruza, a former collegiate church, is a religious complex comprising the church, the cloister, the guest house, the abbot’s new house, the settlers’ houses, the two entrance gates and the rooms housing the Cistercian community, the former canons’ houses and the courtyard. It has been declared a National Monument of the Basque Country.
Get to know Cenarruza and its importance on the Pilgrim’s Way to Santiago de Compostela. Experience the spirituality and tranquillity of the place by staying in the monastery. It is one of the most important places on the Way of St. James along the coast and also on the Wine and Fish Route.
Opening times: Monday to Saturday: Morning: 10.15 am – 1.30 pm
Afternoon: 16.00 – 19.00
Weekdays: Sundays and public holidays
Vigils 5.30am Lauds 8.30am
Lauds and Eucharist 8:00 Eucharist 12:00
Terce 10:15 Terce 10:00
Sexta 13:30 Sexta 13:45
Nona 15:30 Nona 15:45
Vespers 19:30 Vespers 19:30
Compline 21:30 Compline 21:30
The church is open from 5.30-22:15