This monastery, whose construction demand was made by Enrique IV in 1447, even though the legend attributes it to Juan de Pacheco, Marquis of Villena, represents several buildings built around various Gothic, Mudéjar and Plateresque cloisters.
Abandoned and pillaged in the XIX century, its reconstruction began after it was declared National Monument in 1914. In 1927, it was occupied by the priests of the Order of Saint Jerome.
On the unfinished facade of the monastic church, you can see the blazons of the Pacheco family. On the right, there is a tower finished with Plateresque crenulations, work of the segovian Juan Campero. Inside, you can see a nave with a choir at the end, side chapels and a pulpit of the XV century. The principal polychrome wooden altarpiece is the most important work of the church. It is considered the jewel of the revival of the province of Segovia.