Monastero di San Paolo

Monastero di San Paolo

This Carmelite convent is on the tourist train route, but you can also walk up to it from the village. It was founded in the 17th century and Benedictine nuns still live and worship here. You can buy their lemon marmalade in the shop, but the real reason visitors make the trek up is for the amazing 360-degree views.
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