Magliano in Toscana The Essential
Magliano stands at the top of a hill covered with olive trees, half-concealed behind its 14C ramparts, in a charming landscape that is typical of Tuscany. The main street (Via di Mezzo) runs through the village, which has two churches: San Martino, which dates from the Romanesque period, and San Giovanni Battista, which boasts a Renaissance façade. The remains of an Etruscan necropolis once belonging to ancient Heba can be seen not far from the village.

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Ruins of San Bruzio
Ruins of San Bruzio
The remains of this 12C Romanesque
15 minutes