Santa Clara´s daughters were the first lived in the Royal Monastry of the Encarnación. It was the only conventual foundation in Murcia in the XVII century. Juan José de Austria patronage made the convent was considered Royal Heritage, so its construction was made in a short period, it has a monumental character and the church finished in the XVII century.
Monjas street was formerly the "Camino Real" and divided the convent into two parts, one which included the cloister , the rooms, refectory, sacristy and infirmary and the other washing place, orchard and bathrooms.
In the XVIII century , the hostelry and the " Casa de los Donados" were built.
The church and the tower can be visited, the other parts belong to the closing area.
The nuns elaborate cakes which they sell through the torno.
Mornings from 10:30 to 13:30.
Afternoons from 16:30 to 18:00.