TOWNS

BUGGIANO

Throughout the Middle Ages the elevated position of this town above the road between Lucca and Florence helped it to prosper.Read More

Chiesina Uzzanese

CHIESINA UZZANESE

Built in the middle Ages as a hospice for pilgrims travelling along the Via Francigena: remains of a Xenodochio can be seen in the main square of Chiesina.Read More

lamporecchio

LAMPORECCHIO

The vast municipality of Lamporecchio, which sprawls across the middle of Montalbano Massif, includes several villages perched on the top of the ridge, and it skims the Padule di Fucecchio territory..Read More

LARCIANO

Larciano is the union of small communities occupying the Montalbano until Padule marsh since the IX century: the history of this county is designed by the Castle of Larciano happenings.Read More

MASSA E COZZILE

The villages of this scattered municipality stretch from the foothills of the Apennines to the edge of the Padule di Fucecchio. Formerly they were separate, forst documented in roman tiomes and then from the 11th century onwards.Read More

MONSUMMANO TERME

Monsummano Terme is in northern Tuscany, in the province of Pistoia, halfway between Florence and Lucca, at the foot of Monsummano Alto hill that, with its fortress and mighty walls dominates the lower city that dates back to the Seventeenth century.Read More

MONTECATINI TERME

Around Montecatini This charming town reconfirms its role as the capital of thermal treatments and spas, where a vacation can be spent in total relaxation to recover full well-being.Read More

Pescia

Pescia has ancient medieval origins. Throughout its length, the town is traversed by the river of the same name: this division gives rise to a very particular town plan.Read More

Pieve a Nievole

Pieve a Nievole is a small town located in the eastern- central side of Valdinievole and links Montecatini Terme to Monsummano Terme, on the main roads crossing the plain of Padule Marsh.Read More

ponte buggianese

PONTE BUGGIANESE

This town built on the river Pescia reaches the northern tip of the Padule Marshland. It was built fairly recently, and all the area had been drained several times.Read More

UZZANO

This small town lies halfway between Pescia and Buggiano, and has got its borgo, Uzzano Castello, perched on the hill covered by olive trees.Read More

VINCI

Completely surrounded by lush green countryside, amid vineyards and olive groves producing the best wine and the finest olive oil, lies the town of Vinci.Read More

Find out all the villages
  • BUGGIANO

    Throughout the Middle Ages the elevated position of this town above the road between Lucca and Florence helped it to prosper

  • CHIESINA UZZANESE

    Built in the middle Ages as a hospice for pilgrims travelling along the Via Francigena: remains of a Xenodochio can be seen in the main square of Chiesina.

  • LAMPORECCHIO

    The vast municipality of Lamporecchio, which sprawls across the middle of Montalbano Massif, includes several villages perched on the top of the ridge, and it skims the Padule di Fucecchio territory.

  • LARCIANO

    Larciano is the union of small communities occupying the Montalbano until Padule marsh since the IX century: the history of this county is designed by the Castle of Larciano happenings.

  • MASSA E COZZILE

    The villages of this scattered municipality stretch from the foothills of the Apennines to the edge of the Padule di Fucecchio. Formerly they were separate, forst documented in roman tiomes and then from the 11th century onwards.

  • MONSUMMANO TERME

    Monsummano Terme is in northern Tuscany, in the province of Pistoia, halfway between Florence and Lucca, at the foot of Monsummano Alto hill that, with its fortress and mighty walls dominates the lower city that dates back to the Seventeenth century.

  • MONTECATINI TERME

    Around Montecatini This charming town reconfirms its role as the capital of thermal treatments and spas, where a vacation can be spent in total relaxation to recover full well-being.

  • Pescia

    Pescia has ancient medieval origins. Throughout its length, the town is traversed by the river of the same name: this division gives rise to a very particular town plan.

  • Pieve a Nievole

    Pieve a Nievole is a small town located in the eastern- central side of Valdinievole and links Montecatini Terme to Monsummano Terme, on the main roads crossing the plain of Padule Marsh.

  • PONTE BUGGIANESE

    This town built on the river Pescia reaches the northern tip of the Padule Marshland. It was built fairly recently, and all the area had been drained several times.

  • UZZANO

    This small town lies halfway between Pescia and Buggiano, and has got its borgo, Uzzano Castello, perched on the hill covered by olive trees.

  • VINCI

    Completely surrounded by lush green countryside, amid vineyards and olive groves producing the best wine and the finest olive oil, lies the town of Vinci.

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