There are twelve rooms scattered around the Borgo, each one defined by decor and details of strong aesthetics. A reference to arcane and spirituals sensations and emotions.
From the peasant and monastic tradition: not to disperse the heritage of traditional, peasant and monastic cuisine.
Ten thousand square metres of food and medicinal cultivars, organised in quadrants with a central arena for events, weddings and outdoor activities, where the gardens of the Benedictine monks once stood.
It is here that the herbs collected at the Borgo are processed: herbal teas, candles, cocktail preparations and cosmetic products.