Ermita de San Isidro

sights / Historic

Lonely Planet review

The pleasing ruins of this small country chapel is one of the few, albeit modest, examples of extant Romanesque architecture in Madrid. Parts of the wall, a side entrance and part of the apse were restored in 1999 and are all that remain of the 13th-century building. When it was built Madrid was a little village more than 2km away.