Located next to the church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, the museum’s halls exhibit an abundant amount of archaeological remains. The part of the museum dedicated to oenology shows the complete process of winemaking: from the preparation of the land, pruning of the vine and the harvest, as well as the passage of the grape through the winery and the bottling process. It also includes rooms dedicated to traditional clothing of the region and rural and urban housing between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The cloister of the convent is worth a visit to see its baroque vault.
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