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Peccioli stands on the hills with its distinctive bell tower of the Parish of St. Verano (sec. XI), with valuable works of the Pisan school. Nearby, the Praetorian Palace houses the Museum of Russian Icons, dedicated to the journalist Francesco Bigazzi, who gave to Peccioli his collection of icons of the nineteenth and early twentieth […]


The first historical mention of Bientina, some say from the Latin “bis antes” (two hedges), dates back to 793 AD. Of ancient medieval origin, we can see ruins of walls with some towers. The village has notable buildings and monuments such as the Church of Santa Maria Assunta, where are the remains of the patron […]


In the middle of the fertile plain of the Pisa Arno Valley is Calcinaia, a lively and active town, full of industries and handicrafts. The name refers to the traditional craft of the ceramics processing and to the numerous lime kilns active until the sixties, but, built in medieval age, before 1000, it was once […]


Capannoli, medieval village, is located on the slope of a hill that overlooks the valley of the river Era. In a position of great importance in ancient times, it was first developed as a fortified village, then as a center dedicated to trade and economic. In the background the landscape of the Pisan hills, characterized […]


Casale Marittimo rises on a hill overlooking the valley of the river Cecina, just 12 Km from the sea. From the top are also visible islands of the Tuscan Archipelago. Around the village you can admire a country that richly produce cereals, oil, honey and a fine wine, the “Montescudaio DOC”. Nearby the village, recent […]


Casciana Terme Of Etruscan origin, located in a natural and charming environment, Casciana Terme is famous for the therapeutic properties of its thermal waters. In a document of 1148 they placed emphasis for the first time to the healing properties of thermal waters, especially for skin diseases, and the first Spa was built by Federico […]


Located along the right side of the Arno river, near the Pisan Mountains, Cascina is an ancient fortified town, once agricultural, then mainly commercial, that at the end of 1800 has quickly developed around woodworking, so that it now considered one of the most important manufacturing center of Italian furniture. Laboratories and furniture factory throughout […]


Castelfranco di Sotto is a typically medieval village, made castle in the middle of the thirteenth century (1255). The village, surrounded then by imposing walls with sixteen towers, still retains the typical “roman castrese” structure, with two main roads that cross the center and leading to the four doors bordering districts with equal measures. The […]


Castellina Marittima is located in a typical tuscan scenario: hills with olive trees, grapes and wheat, rows of cypress trees and Mediterranean vegetation, natural habitat of wild boars and other wild animals. Among the monuments there is the eighteenth-century Church of St. John the Baptist, in which are still visible two alabaster columns that were […]


Castelnuovo Val di Cecina is a typical medieval village with views of the valley from a height of 600 meters above sea level; we report the sacred places of the parish church with a beautiful crucifix of ‘300, fine example of Pisan sculptor school, the oratory of San Rocco and the church of the village. […]