There are so many villages in the immediate vicinity, on this page we present only some of the most representative, which in our opinion certainly deserve a visit.

Discover the medieval villages that surround us

Looking towards Siena, the towers of San Gimignano stand out with its splendid village where you can stroll while admiring the characteristic artisan shops.

In Volterra, different historical eras are intertwined: around the city it is possible to visit numerous remains of the Etruscan civilization, the walls and the urban layout of the historic center, perched on the clay hill, instead testify to the glorious medieval history. In the central square, the Palazzo dei Priori dominates the city; you will be fascinated by the authentic taste of the city in every detail.

San Miniato, a village lying on the crest of the hill, overlooks Pisa and the surrounding area from the Rocca, a watchtower built by Frederick II. The city, of medieval origin, preserves the memory of some characters who were part of its history, from Matilde di Canossa, who was born in one of its towers, to Napoleon Bonaparte who lived here some periods of his youth.

Small pearl with a beautiful view over the Val D’elsa, the upper part of Certaldo is a typical Tuscan village, also made famous for being the birthplace of the poet Boccaccio

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