Sala del Refettorio – Dining Hall

The largest interior space within the entire complex is the Sala del Refettorio, the dining hall, where fifteenth-century and Renaissance frescoes coexist along with typical features of the Napoleonic domination.

The dining hall is 70 square meters large.

Sala Capitolare – Chapter Hall

A series of monochrome frescoes, which can be dated back to the end of the fourteenth century, characterizes the Sala Capitolare, which overlooks the Cloister, in an evocative continuum of medieval and Renaissance elements.

The Sala Capitolare is 40 square meters large.

Sala Capitolare – Chapter Hall

A series of monochrome frescoes, which can be dated back to the end of the fourteenth century, characterizes the Sala Capitolare, which overlooks the Cloister, in an evocative continuum of medieval and Renaissance elements.

The Sala Capitolare is 40 square meters large.

Sala dei Santi – Hall of Saints

With its high stone vaults, the Sala dei Santi has a double view over the Cloister and the Belvedere, and is connected to two spacious adjacent rooms as well as to the professional kitchen.

The Sala dei Santi is 39 square meters large and reaches up to 84 square meters, taking into account also the two adjacent rooms.

Salette del Ristoro – Rest Rooms

Characterized by brick barrel vaults, the Salette del Ristoro housed the friar’s kitchens, including its old stone oven, that nowadays is still functioning.
It is here that the breakfast is served and elegant coffee breaks are set up.

This space is 90 square meters large.

Salette del Ristoro – Rest Rooms

Characterized by brick barrel vaults, the Salette del Ristoro housed the friar’s kitchens, including its old stone oven, that nowadays is still functioning.
It is here that the breakfast is served and elegant coffee breaks are set up.

This space is 90 square meters large.