Palaia is close to a range of colorful Pisa’s more popular attractions. Among the most popular attractions here are the marvelous Castelfalfi Golf Course and the fantastic Piaggio Museum. Two other worthy points of interest you’ll find close by Palaia are the Monastery of San Vivaldo and Bocaccio House.
Savvy travelers in Palaia, keen to deepen their appreciation of this area, will love the cultural attractions nearby. Spend a few hours of discovering the exhibits at Leonardo Museum in Vinci, Etruscan Museum in Volterra and the Museum San Gimignano 1300 in San Gimignano.
Pisa has many unique attractions including the Piazza del Popolo in Montespertoli, Piazza Duomo in San Gimignano and the Piazza delle Erbe. Lovers of history will enjoy checking out Montegufoni Castle in Montespertoli, Torre Grossa in San Gimignano and Porta all'Arco in Volterra. Travellers with a passion for religious history shouldn’t miss the Chiesa di Sant'Agostino in San Gimignano.
Those who are traveling without kids will love several hours at the Sovestro in Poggio Winery in San Gimignano and the Tenuta Torciano Winery.
If you're a sports fan, you'll love seeing local favorites, the A.C. Pisa 1909, take to the field in nearby Arena Garibaldi. On weekends the stadium is filled with navy, black and red, as local soccer lovers join together to cheer on their home-grown heroes.
At the end of a long day seeing the sights around Palaia, rest up at one of the area’s hotels or serviced apartments. The Hotel San Ranieri, the B&B Hotel Pisa and the AC Hotel Pisa by Marriott are among the best places to find a warm welcome and a good night’s rest.