Holy Trinity Convent

At the end of the path you can see the remains of the Holy Trinity Benedictine Monastery built in the 9th century to house young women from the noble families of Ravello.

Suppressed in 1811, by Royal Decree. Demolished in 1812.

Holy Trinity Convent

Stray Cats

Building Works

Sadly the archaeological site and the viewpoint were inaccessible due to building works!

Mountain View

We were however able to enjoy views of Villa Maria’s vegetable garden.

Vegetable Garden

The Way to the Villa Maria

The Way to the Villa Maria

8 Comments CherryPie on Jan 22nd 2018

8 Responses to “Holy Trinity Convent – Ravello”

  1. Hels says:

    Villa Maria’s vegetable garden is gorgeous, confirming what I already suspected – that there is nothing as lovely as a garden on a slope, overlooking a special view, filled with vines and fruits/veg.

    • CherryPie says:

      I really wanted to go and see the chapel in the rock at the bottom of the garden. Mr C wasn’t so keen as me so it was a missed opportunity.

  2. James Higham says:

    Fabulous views.

  3. The Yum List says:

    The views are lovely.

  4. shabana says:

    loved the all views but last one is so appealing