The northern garden of the monastery was a settlement of laical servants in the high middle ages. Today, this part of monastery is a place of rest, relaxation and contemplation. A soft grassy carpet is decorated with several mature trees. In the center of the garden is a rare monument from the 11th century – excavated foundations of the Church of St. Crossin in four leaf clover shape. The garden is open during the opening hours, free admission. Please do not enter the archaeological foundations, not use the garden to walk with dogs or loud fun.
WARNING: In the case of wedding ceremonies (usually Saturdays or Fridays), the garden may be temporarily inaccessible to visitors; in the case of intense rains or storms, the garden can also be closed for safety.