Growing herbs, baking bread and wafers, winemaking, brewing, manufacturing medicinal liqueurs, beekeeping, and cheese and oil production were all key aspects of the monks’ agricultural activity. Visitors today can get a taste of the lives of monks, to name just a few spaces, by walking through their spacious dining room, known as the refectory, which they utilised on religious holidays, as well as the kitchen, or the library room.
The café of the hermitage, where visitors can enjoy a coffee, tea, or a refreshing squash in a relaxing setting, evokes this atmosphere.
Our coffee menu includes espresso, ristretto, cappuccino, latte macchiato, and flat white.
For children, we offer a delicious hot chocolate, tea, and squashes. We also serve local specialties and crafts, such as home-made lavender and thyme biscuits.
During the opening hours of the hermitage, we invite our valued guests to enjoy our tasty refreshments at the cosy café after a guided tour.