A place for the heart and the soul

Valdicecina offers you a range of itineraries to explore the breathtaking views and ancient silence of the area’s artistic and natural history

The whole Valdicecina has always been under Volterra’s diocese, which dates back to the 5th century.
Although most of the still-standing churches were built after the 10th century, there are some, for instance the Dome of Volterra, that are even older.

The bishop used to confer the religious administration of an area to the parish priests. Parish churches are like regular churches but with higher religious status and bigger funds. They used to have control over an area of the dioceses and smaller churches called suffragan.

Ancient landmarks

Exploring the spiritually and historically relevant places

The San Michele alle Formiche Hermitage

The San Girolamo Church in Volterra

The Sant’Agostino Church in Volterra

Parish Church of San Giovanni in Monte Voltraio

The San Giovanni Battista Church in Pomarance

The San Francesco Church

The Sant’Ottaviano alla Nera Church in Volterra

Parish Church of San Giovanni Battista a Sillano

Parish Church of San Giovanni Battista in Querceto

The San Giusto Church in Volterra

Abbey of San Pietro in Palazzuolo

Madonna di Montenero Church in Larderello

The Santissimo Salvatore Church

Parish Church of Saint Jacopo and Filippo

The San Bartolomeo Apostolo Church in Montegemoli

Cathedral and Baptistry in Volterra

The San Dalmazio Church in Volterra

Parish Church of San Martino

The San Michele Church in Volterra

Madonna del Libro sanctuary

The San Lino Church in Volterra

The Badia Camaldolese

Parish Church of Santa Maria in Micciano

The Sant’Alessandro Church in Volterra

Church of San Biagio

Consorzio Turistico Volterra Valdicecina Valdera S.c.r.l.
Piazza dei Priori 19/20 - 56048 Volterra (PI) - PIVA 01308340502
Operation/Project allocated within the framework of the POR FESR Tuscany 2014-2020