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4 attractions in Peccioli and surroundings

Pisa - město Peccioli
Peccioli is a small municipality in the province of Pisa. It is located between the city of the leaning tower (Pisa) and the city of alabaster (Volterra).

Palazzo Senza Tempo and suspended observation deck

Palazzo Senza Tempo is one of the main attractions of Peccioli.

Inaugurated in July 2021, the palace was renovated according to the design of architect Mario Cucinella, giving a new look to a historic building in the area. It hosts numerous temporary and permanent exhibitions and constantly attracts the attention of curious visitors, enthusiasts andvisitors with its modern structure enriched by a magnificent suspended panoramic terrace overlooking the hills of the upper Valdera.

Sunset, Patrick Tuttofuoco's colourful pier

Endless sunset by Italian artist Patrick Tuttofuoco is the latest installation to enrich the Peccioli skyline. It is an imposing sculpture, a colourful ribbon of stainless steel that wraps around the 136-metre-long pedestrian walkway, located at the height of theat a height of almost 30 metres, connecting the historic centre of Peccioli with the car parks downstream from the town centre, and whose colours reflect the shades of the sunset.

Giants of the green triangle, a landfill that becomes an open-air museum

Near the centre of Peccioli, in the Green Triangle of Belvedere S.p.A., is one of the largest waste disposal and treatment facilities in Tuscany, which has managed to convert waste into energy and transform the area by events and concerts that come to life in the nearby amphitheatre and the large white sculptures that emerge from the ground.

The Giants of Peccioli: up to 9 metres high sculptures made of polystyrene and polyurethane foam, created by the Naturaliter group in 2011, which literally grow out of the garbage. They are placed between the hills that surround the landfill and act as a barrier against the smell, along with a retaining wall created by Davide Tremlett in 2017.

Ghizzano di Peccioli and the colourful Via di Mezzo

A few kilometres from Peccioli (8 km and 10 minutes by car) is the most colourful village in Tuscany. Called Ghizzano, it's a village of just 350 souls and since 2019 it has made headlines thanks to David Tremlett's colourful Via di Mezzo and has become one of the most instagrammed places in Tuscany.



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