Monastero di San Paolo, Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi

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  • Beautiful view, beautiful historical Monastery surrounded by nature and overlooking the beautiful scenery that is envied throughout the world!
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  • Breathtaking, from going there definitely, read only timetables as it is not always open
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  • The structure, which is large, it was built in the second half of the 17th century by the Teresian Carmelite In 1867, the building was heavily restored by Father Ludovico da Casoria, who founded the order of the frati bigi. The Discalced Carmelite fathers built on the Summit of the Hill of the desert a cloistered monastic dwelling whose building incorporated remnants of a ruin of Greek origin and probably also the temple ruins.
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  • A great old building on top of a hill with a terrific view of the bay of Naples and the surrounding countryside.
  • The view from the top of the building is fantastic. I didn't notice the door the first time I walked out to the back, so I came again. This is a quiet and beautiful place. The hours posted at the stairway seem to be out of date; I'd go by the hours on the gate below and hope the door is open. The gift shop was closed both times I went; it would be helpful to have posted hours for the shop.
  • Amazing views from the top of the monastery. You can see both the Gulf of Naples and the Bay of Salerno. You can see Capri, Mt. Vesuvius, Ischia, Procida, Naples. It's incredible. Definitely take in the 360 degree views from the top of the monastery!
  • An essential stop for those arriving on the Sorrento peninsula. stop at the monastery to watch the beautiful view overlooking Mount Vesuvius and allows you to see the Gulf from an unusual perspective. for instance one that never appears on postcards but which is equally impressive and breathtaking
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  • great place for silence and prayer. Breathtaking view, perfect reception by the Nuns.
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