The Monastery is located in a unique historic-artistic environment, of Cistercian. Construction took place between the twelfth century to the fourteenth centuries.
The medieval buildings are found at the foundation of the Church, the Cloister, the Chapter House, the Punishment Cells, the Parlour and the Kitchen.
The remainder has been successively renovated in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. It is in very good condition and is surrounded by mountains and natural surroundings of great beauty.
Capacity: 150 people
A few days of silence and reflection
The spiritual experience is shared via the Monastic Guesthouse, with people who are looking for a profound contact with Christ and who want to participate in the life of prayer and contemplation. There are also a few people, even if they are non-believers, who feel the need for a few days of silence and reflection.
Group stays are accompanied with full board.
Times of worship
Sundays and public holidays:
Mass at 13:30
Small craft products can be purchased at the Monastery:
- Honey from the Valley etc.