The Carmelite friars resident at the historical Priory in Mdina invite you to experience both the spiritual and the daily way of life of their predecessors in this spectacular 17th century priory. The Carmelite Priory offers the unique opportunity of visiting various rooms that include a decorative refectory, an authentic kitchen, a typical friars cell, as well as a sober oratory, amongst others to get a taste of the spiritual, artistic, historical and cultural heritage of Carmelites. The impressive church also forms part of the same visit. The visit is always guided by a resident friar.
At the Carmelite Priory one can also find a Café located on the ground floor.
For viewings and appointments kindly call Fr Charlò Camilleri on 79253316.
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