The brick building alternates Romanesque and Gothic features, even though it was restored in the 19th century. The façade is pierced by three portals and decorated by numerous small arches. The spacious interior is divided into a nave and two aisles by pillars supporting round arches. The church, located just outside the village, is the venue of important musical events. The raised presbytery opens onto three chapels and a semidecagonal apse. Worthy of note is the stone baptismal font, coming from the old Temple of Santa Maria in Ripezzano, near Palaia, destroyed in the first half of the 17th century.

The church is open to public and is location for wedding and events (festival of choirs)

Info:  0587 62.21.20

Church of San Martino