A place of welcome for pilgrims and sick with the original architectural structure of 1180.
In the ground floor - where pilgrims were welcomed leaving for and returning from the Holy Land - you can see the reconstruction of three beds where the pilgrims were sleeping.
Climb the stairs and reach the first floor ventilated by a portico and facing south to be warmer.
It was intended for the hospitalization of the sick.
In medieval Europe these constituted important health innovations deriving from Arab culture.
Do not forget to see the rooms of the medieval kitchens that served about 100 meals a day and the reconstruction of a medieval garden called "The Garden of the simple ones".More