It has a rectangular plant; a stratification of styles is noticed (fourteenth-century and sixteenth-century) in how much the cloister has been restored more times and in different epoches. To the plain earth they are found columns and arcs of tufo that form some bifores with fanlight. The capitals of the columns are the “register” of those people that guaranteed the restauration of it financing the jobs of it in the various epoches. In fact on the capitals of the northern side the coat of arms of the family Sersale is engraved while those of the oriental and southern side have capitals with vegetable motives that recall him the influence of the Byzantine art. The refectory, inside the cloister, it still has the fourteenth-century structure.