Unmissable tourist sites
Artimino Travel guide
Artimino : Michelin's recommendations
In the 7C BC Artimino was an Etruscan city which prospered thanks to its location on the Arno and Ombrone trade routes. The village, which is overlooked by its Medicean villa, has retained a section of its medieval ramparts. Vestiges of the Etruscan era can be admired in the archaeological museum and at the neighbouring necropolis of Comeana.
Tourist attractions Artimino : Things to see and do
V. della Chiesa I - 59015 Artimino
A Romanesque church, purported to have been founded by the countess Matilda in 1107, parts of which were built with materials from the Etruscan necropolis of Comeana . You will also notice some funerary urns, some of which are sculpted.
V. di Montefortini 43 I - 59015 Artimino
These tombs date back to the 7C BC. The best preserved is the tomb de Montefortini , situated under a great wooden burial mound which is made up of an approach corridor, an entrance hall and a rectangular funerary chamber.
V.le Papa-Giovanni-XXIII 5 I - 59015 Artimino
Grand duke Ferdinand 1 Medici commissioned this vast construction at the end of the 16th century. the villa stands on a grass-terrace dotted with metal structures and is distinguished by its large number of chimneys in an equally large number of styl..
Viale Papa Giovanni XXIII N. 2 I - 59015 Artimino
Set on a hilltop in Artimino, surrounded by vineyards and olive trees, the Paggeria Medicea offers 2 pools, rustic-style rooms, and a traditional restaurant. This historical property features free bike rental and a tennis court. Air-conditioned room..
via della Chiesa 1 I - 59015 Artimino
Historical trattoria, now a more classical and refined establishment, but always welcoming and characteristic; service on the terrace in the summer with beautiful view of the hills; typical cuisine.
viale Papa Giovanni XXIII I - 59015 Artimino