Monastero San Silvestro is a very old stone house of the fourteenth century, with a large park dominated by a centuries-old
mulberry tree white, silent witness to how in our countryside the activity of the culture of silkworms had been widespread and
source of income until the Second World War. The park contains native plants such as walnuts, alders, oaks, wild hawthorn and
many others. In particular, with the renovation of the house, two old fragrant roses found new life: these roses, protected by
the walls of the loggia, are proud to show their vitality, although often their branches annoy guests and must be ticked.
Joining the old roses, there are Judas trees, bushes of lilac, the veronicas, laurel, hawthorn bushes and gentle, lavender and
many wild flowers and herbs.
In the garden of Monastero San Silvestro we are still trying to preserve the peace and the quiet of the past.
Monastero San Silvestro
Park and Swimming Pool