The Monastery of San Biagio is located in Nocera Umbra, a town in the Umbria region of Italy. This monastery is an important historical and religious site that has its roots in antiquity.

The monastery is dedicated to St. Blaise, a saint highly revered in the Christian tradition. Its construction dates back to the 13th century, although modifications and additions were made over the following centuries. The monastic complex is built around a church, which is the spiritual heart of the monastery.

In addition to the church, the monastery also includes other structures, such as monastic cells, cloisters and refectories. These spaces were intended for the community life of the monks, who devoted themselves to prayer, study and other religious activities.

Over the centuries, the Monastery of San Biagio has undergone various historical vicissitudes, including looting, destruction and restoration. Over time, it has been a center of spirituality and culture of great importance for the local community.

Today, the monastery is open to the public and also hosts cultural events, exhibitions and concerts. Its architectural beauty and historical and religious significance attract visitors from all over the world. It is an ideal place to immerse yourself in the medieval history of Umbria and to appreciate the art and architecture of the era.

The San Biagio Monastery was born after 7 years of restoration, which led to the rediscovery of regional and ancient traditions but trying to enhance the simple and genuine style of the environment that surrounds it, which is why we laid our classic materials: Travertine Romano inlaid with Red Travertine for the SPA and Red Travertine for the entrance stairs to the wellness area; Roman Travertine with brushed finish for the restaurant; Navona Travertine floor inlaid with Guatemala Green for the SPA.

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