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Eremo del Santissimo Salvatore, Napoli

Monastery

Giovanni d'Avalos established the hermitage in 1585 before it was then closed in 1807 and again in 1866 during the Napoleonic and Italian suppressions.
It was reopened in 1885 and inhabited by Benedictine monks until March 1998. At that time, the monks were replaced by the current residents, the sisters of Santa Brigida. The Baroque church contains interesting paintings by Luca Giordano, Azzolino and Federico Barocci.

1) 17 doubles; 13 on the first floor, 4 on the upper floor. The upper floor is slightly less expensive. Each has a private bath.
2) 15 mini-apartments with two double rooms and one bath. Both men and women are welcome in all accommodations.

Towels and linens are supplied.

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Features & Facilities

Chapel

Retreats offered

Accommodation annexed to monastery

Summary

14th century buildings

Parking (free)

Child friendly

No Official Rating

Historic property

Facilities

Chapel on premises

Linen included

Towels included

Food

Restaurant

Recreations

Recommended walks

Museums (a short drive)

Historic houses

Gardens

Arrival information and directions

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Address: Via dell'Eremo, 87, Napoli, Campania, Naples80131, Italy

By car: Exit on the highway Tangenziale which surrounds Naples. Follow the signs to the Eremo until the end of the road. By train: Get off at Napoli Centrale and take bus C 40 to Ospedale Cardarelli, then take C44 to the Eremo (50 m from the institution).

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