Besides the elegant medieval town itself, the Buggiano municipality contains a gem in the Villa Bellavista, so called because of the splendid view over Montalbano that its position affords. Otherwise, one should also visit certain churches, especially the Sanctuary of the Santissimo Crocifisso, which presents a façade stippled with the coats of arms of municipalities from across the Valdinievole. The Parish Museum of the Santissimo Crocifisso was inaugurated in the 1970s, and this little collection of sacred art, which lies inside the rectory, contains clerical furnishings and liturgical objects. These include bronze candle-holders, reliquaries and sixteenth-century goblets.
Near the castle of Buggiano, you find the Abbey of Santa Maria, San Michele and San Pietro, which also comprises the church of the Madonna della Salute and San Nicolao.
The abbey and church is home to some precious sculptures from the thirteenth century, including Romanesque capitals and a baptismal font. The latter was made with inlaid marble, which probably came from the ambon and the transenna which separated the monks from the lay people. The abbey also owns a marble lectern.