Monks, dressed in white habits, obeying a vow of silence and observing strict rules, lived in the isolated cells of the Camaldulian hermit order. Built in the mid-18th century, the 17 hermit chambers were ideal dwellings for monks. Each had a chapel, a small bedroom, a workshop and a store room. Housed in one of the chambers, an exhibition devoted to the history of the order details their lifestyle. The church in the middle of the complex remains intact. Its tower gives a panoramic view of the surrounding area and a carillon chimes every 15 minutes.