The tower of Larciano's citadel rises above the uppermost part of the town, which offers the best view of the surrounding countryside. The Larciano Town Museum is located inside the castle, and contains archaeological finds like pottery, tombs and everyday objects from times gone by. Visitors can deepen their knowledge of past tastes and styles, thanks to educational areas and reconstructions - for example, of a Roman-era capped tomb.
Among the hamlets around Larciano, we must mention the little town of Cecina, which played an important strategic role in the Middle Ages and whose name betrays Etruscan origins. Sitting high on a hill, it rewards visitors with a spectacular view over the area. One particular gem is its little Romanesque church of San Nicola, which contains a crucifix that tradition ascribes with miraculous powers.
San Rocco is another nearby town with a religious building of note, namely its neo-Renaissance church, which was built on top of a seventeenth-century oratorio and contains some remarkable frescoes. Finally, we must mention Castelmartini, which dates back to the 1200s and which neighbours the Villa Banchieri, a late nineteenth-century country residence with a sumptuous garden, full of rare species of trees and a gorgeous rose garden.
A Memorial Garden lies near Castelmartini, commemorating the townspeople of the Fucecchio marsh who were indiscriminately slaughtered in August 1944.