The church of San Biagio Outside the Walls and the adjoining Carmelite Convent belonged to the Barons Camuccini, who in the 80s of last century have sold them. It stands on the road Casperia -Cantalupo, 600 meters from the historic center.
The church has a rectangular shape, long and wide 21 steps 8 with a gabled façade. Doric pillars bined giant order. The central door is dominated by a large rectangular window illuminating the central nave. In the triangular pediment, which closes the front, the Cesi emblem appears.
The Church has a single nave with a barrel vault and three chapels on each side, with its altars provided with all the furnishings decorated with paintings of the seventeenth century, as set by the current owner.
It is reported that the cantaloupe melon has this name because, after being introduced in Europe in the fifteenth century by the Carmelites from Asian countries, in the Renaissance era was grown and selected taking on the appearance and flavor that we know today, right at the town of St. Biagio by the Carmelite Convent of the same name.