Mount Finestra (Monte Finestra) is a mountain located near Cava de' Tirreni, in the province of Solerno, in southern Italy. It belongs to the Monto Lattari limestone mountain range. The range is bounded from north-west by the Gulf of Naples and from north by the Sarno river plain. Other peaks of the mountain range are Monte San Michele, 1'444 m, Monte Cerreto, 1'316 m, Monte Faito 1'131 m, Monte Santi Angelo di Cava, Monte Albino 1'075 m and Monte dell' Avvocata 1'014 m.
Situated on the slopes of mount Finestra is the Benedictine abbey of La Tritinà della Cava, created in 1011. Mount Finestra is characterized by a natural hole, which gives the mountain the name.
Benedictine abbey of La Tritinà della Cava.
In the background the Monte Finestra.