This 16th-century monastery, off the Albaicín on the outskirts of Granada, is sometimes called the “Christian answer to the Alhambra” because of its ornate stucco and marble and the baroque Churrigueresque fantasy in the sacristy. Its most notable paintings are by Bocanegra, its outstanding sculpture by Mora. The church of this Carthusian monastery was decorated with baroque stucco in the 17th century, and its 18th-century sacristy is an excellent example of latter-day baroque style. Sometimes one of the Carthusian monks will take you on a guided tour.