The Parish church of San Piero in Campo
At the foot of the hill of Montecarlo, on the road leading to Pescia, rises the ancient Parish Church of San Piero in Campo cited in a ninth-century parchment; the present church ‘dates back to the XII century’, is a genuine example of Romanesque Church with three naves. One of the most ornate churches in the diocese of Lucca. The interior is divided by columns into a nave and two aisles, with a semi-circular apse. Decorative features worthy of note include the capitals, the suspended arches surrounding the mullioned window with two lights above the white marble portal which sets off the stonework of the facade.