Monastero di Santo Toribio

Stay between Nature and History

Choose your room in a 17th Century Monastery, in the heart of the Lazio's Maremma

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The History

Erected in the 17th Century (1621), The Convento of the Capuccini rise up in a dominant position above the picturesque Village of Tolfa.

It was designed by the Architect Fra Michele da Bergamo and built thanks to the financial support from the revenues of the Alunite mines owned by the Reverend Apostolic Chamber.

The Monastery have been developed around a wonderful Cloister completely handmade with Trachyte and Peperino stones extracted from the local caves.   

From 1694 to 1696 the Blessed San Crispino da Viterbo lived in the Convent and His cell still preserved from the Archeological authorities as a Votive Chapel.

Our Rooms

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Our Hikes

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