Spanish royal sites

Royal Palace of Madrid, the official residence of the king

The royal sites (Spanish: reales sitios) are a set of palaces, monasteries, and convents built for and under the patronage of the Spanish monarchy. They are administered by Patrimonio Nacional (National Heritage), a Spanish state agency; most are open to the public, at least in part, except when they are needed for state or official events.

Here is a list of the Patrimonio Nacional royal sites, with the provinces where they are located.

Royal palaces

Palace of San Lorenzo de El Escorial
Royal Palace of La Granja de San Ildefonso

Royal convents and monasteries

Sanctuaries under royal patronage

Other royal sites residences

These current or historical royal residences are well known but are not administered by Patrimonio Nacional:

Former royal palaces

External links

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