This landscape is keeping many treasures for you.
The church and the S. Caterina convent, almost entirely restored, represent the most important monumental estate of Finalborgo and a cultural housing of extreme importance. Side by side to the church, there are two marvellous closters of the Renaissance, due to cardinal Carlo Domenico Del Carretto, built between 1500 and 1530, during the period of maximum splendour of the conventual estate ( during this period S. Caterina is the cradle of some figures of marked holiness bound to the Dominican order)..
The closters are surrounded by rooms of various ages and, on the second flor, the cells that used to be the halls and the cells where the monks used to accommodate. Today they house the important finds of the Archaeological Museum of Finale.