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The carmel is very close from the tourist information office, is very quite and has a little museum well worth the visit, it's free.
There is a very nice bookstore and gift shop where a lot of the things are done by the nouns and...More
Carmel De Lisieux was a pilgrimage stop for our group to visit the convent and resting place of St. Theresa. In addition to veneration of St. Theresa, there is a beautiful chapel for quiet prayer and reflection, a museum and bookstore. Unfortunately we arrived late...More
We returned to Carmel in July 2017, having been there in August 2016. This is a very quiet sacred place. A place of great power. The exhibition is very interesting with actual objects from The Little Flower herself.
The only downside is the shop, there...More
There isn't much of the Carmel which you can access (it's still a working convent, so fair enough) but the chapel and the shop are both worthwhile, especially as they are obviously free of charge. We took the time to pray in front of the...More
This is a perfect first stop to be with Therese and the bookstore is the best. You can sit in prayer even with the chapel having services. The rose garden outside is exquisite. If you get in late, this is a perfect place to walk...More
If interested in St. Therese, a most remarkable contemporary Saint, you must visit the chapel and museum dedicated to her life. It is a very spiritual place. Take your time, and meet God as you contemplate the wonders He has done in her short life.