Spanish royal sites

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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[edit]

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

Royal convents and monasteries[edit]

Sanctuaries under royal patronage[edit]

Other royal sites residences[edit]

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

Former royal palaces[edit]

External links[edit]