Surrounded by the green of the Tuscan countryside, a few steps from the wonderful seaside of the coast, you can find the characteristic medieval village of Bibbona. The typical medieval town of ancient Etruscan origin presents itself with its simple and pure beauty characterized by paved winding alleys, beautiful small squares, staircases, arches and memorable panoramic views of the unspoiled nature around the town.
As in a journey back in time, the historic center has a suggestive structure composed of a fortress with ancient walls and the Pieve di Sant’Ilario, a well-preserved romantic church.
Going down from the center you can find the Fonte di Bacco, from where water falls and supplies the faucet, which flows in the lower part, into the wash-house and the drinking trough.
Also interesting is the Renaissance church of Santa Maria della Pietà, with its Greek cross structure that recalls the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. For this reason, but also due to the presence of a tomb of a Knight of the Tau and some inscriptions on the architrave at the entrance, the church is the subject of the research to study the symbology belonging to the Order of the Knights Templar.