Carnival in the Terre di Pisa
Allegories are symbolical representations of a concept. And Carnival, once called carnasciale (carne-lasciare, literally “avoiding meat”) in T ...
Discovering Ceramics
An itinerary to discover ceramic tradition starting from one of the most historically and artistically important centres of the Pisa area, the town of ...
Exploring Alta Val di Cecina
Terre di Pisa offer a wide range of walking, cycling and horse-riding itineraries. A special mention must be given to the itineraries that run through ...
Peccioli Museum Network
Peccioli is a small town with a remarkable past, like many other centres of the province of Pisa, but over the recent years this town has become an ex ...
Pisan Romanesque Architecture between Valdera and Val di Cecina
The relatively small area located in the 50 km that separate the town of Palaia from Volterra, displays examples of the different architectural styles ...
San Miniato Museum Network
Over the centuries, the old town of San Miniato has remained almost untouched. Its medieval origin is attested by a document of 713, when a Lombard tr ...
Terre di Pisa | Celebrating the Nativity Scene
The birth of a child brings joy all over the world and in every culture. But if that Child is the incarnation of a spiritual mystery, one that has rem ...
Terre di Pisa Conservation Areas
Nestling between the hills and the sea, in an area that seems to be property of a huge community of water birds, is the Lake of Santa Luce, an artific ...
The Monti Pisani Olive Oil Road: from Vecchiano a Buti
This itinerary offers a naturalistic experience. Focusing on olives and their cultivation, this itinerary will lead you to unique olive groves, olive ...
Volterra, an Etruscan Seed in the Heart of the Middle Ages
In Volterra’s rich historical and artistic heritage we can identify three different stages: the age of Volterra (Velathri) influential Etruscan Luco ...