Walk along the sea to the 15th-century monastery south of the center and enter through a lovely cloister, where concerts are held every 2 days during the season. Inside you’ll find a nice museum with a collection of sacral art. The museum opens to an idyllic garden with a view of the sea. The adjacent church, Our Lady of Mercy, also dates from the 15th century and it is home to three polyptychs and many other pieces of religious art.
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