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Villa Oliva

The villa, built in the 16th century by architect Matteo Civitali for Ludovico Buonvisi and later bought by the Oliva family, overlooks a park of five hectares decorated with fountains.

Villa Reale

The entrance, at the crescent of the stables, invites into the small forest to discover, little by little, all the secret corners of the park: a stream accompanies the camellia path with small waterfalls, bridges and ponds; the little hill climbs along the spiral path; the music gazebo is...

Villa Torrigiani

The villa, built in the 16th century for the Buonvisi family, was later bought by the Marquis Nicolao Santini, Ambassador of the Republic of Lucca at the court of Louis XVII.

The Holy Face

The Holy Face is a walnut crucifix, a statue located inside the Cathedral of San Martino.

San Martino Cathedral

The Cathedral of San Martino, with the “flawed” porch and its façade decorated with small columns, is located in the homonymous square.