This 17th century convent, built in Renaissance and Baroque style and categorised as a Spanish Cultural Heritage Site in 1991, goes by the full Spanish name of the Monasterio de Santa Isabel y San Antonio Abad de las Reverendas Madres Carmelitas Descalzas de Ciudad Real [Monastery of St Isabel and St Anthony the Abbot of the Reverend Mothers Barefoot Carmelites of Ciudad Real].
Its interior contains a single nave with a dome supported by simple crossed arms and a flat opposite wall. Outside, the main entrance consists of a vertical design formed of three horizontal bodies, in which a relief of the Virgen del Carmen stands out.
Currently open only at mass time. Every day at 8.30 h.