Querceto: A medieval village where, on summer evenings, cultural displays take place: exhibitions, conventions, concerts, etc. (5 km)
Montecatini Val di Cecina:Medieval village and ancient bronze mine, today is the seat of a famous museum. (15 km)
Volterra: Ancient capital of the Etruscan world. (25 km)
San Gimignano: Bears exeptional testimony to the medieval urbanism of Tuscany. (40)
Bolgheri: Famous for its 5 km long avenue of cypress trees. (20)
Castagneto Carducci: Here is the house where the poet Carducci lived and also Castel Gherardesca of Dantesca fame. (35 km)
Pisa: Here is the "Piazza dei Miracoli" with the world famous leaning Tower of Pisa. (65 km)
Florence: Capital of the region and one of the most famous art cities in Italy if not in the whole word. (100 km)
 
 
Siena: Medieval city made famous by the "Palio", a controversial horse race which takes place in the main city square twice a year in July and August. (80 km)
Island of Elba: Given the proximity of the port of Piombino, only 50 km, and the regular ferry service, it's possible to make a day trip to this island of beautiful beaches.
Baratti - Populonia: In addition to their beaches, these two places, in common with the entire Etruscan coast, are famous for the numerous archaeological sites which bear testimony to an ancient civilization (45 km).
 
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