Riparbella - rises in a beautiful position on the southern slopes of the Poggio di Nocola, on a tufo-sand ridge. Its development over time has taken a longitudinal form contrary to the other nearby towns that have circular forms. Standing on a hill, Riparbella is distinguished by an open, stunning view to the sea. This striking panorama can be enjoyed through walks along the naturalist paths of the countryside or via excursions on horseback and mountain bikes in the numerous woods that act as a frame to the agricultural landscape. A mixed landscape of woods, olive groves, vineyards reflect the agricultural origins of the town. The historical town centre, that rises around the medieval castle, dates back to around 1000A. It is worth taking time to explore the ancient alleyways and buildings, among which a well-preserved building from the XV century, the main house of the Marquis Carlotti. The Town Hall, the church of St. John the Baptist and the Monumental Cemetery by Architect Bellincioni, built at the beginning of the 20th century are also worth a visit. Guided tours of “Il Giardino” Fauna Farm are also possible, via paths through fauna and nature. Nearest cities: Cecina 11 km, Livorno 46 km, Pisa 68 km, Volterra 36 km, Colle Val d’Elsa 63 km, San Gimignano 53 km, Siena 89 km.
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