In Vicchio, you can visit the Fra Angelico Museum of Sacred Art and Popular Religion, home to a collection of Renaissance religious artworks, as well as liturgical objects and other local artefacts.
On the Vespignano hill, you will find Giotto’s birthplace, now a cultural space for events and artists. Thanks to the fact that nature itself is a work of art, you can also choose to move around the Path of the Painters, a route that winds through greenery and delightful hamlets to reach Ponte di Cimabue, Ponte a Vicchio, the Museum of Sacred Art, and Giotto’s House, as well as the house of Fra Angelico.
There's no shortage of excursions and oases of peace. From the town center, a short walk will bring you to Lake Montelleri, the ideal place to rest in the cool or go for a canoe ride. You can also reach Borgo San Lorenzo by walking or cycling along the eco-track that starts at Ponte a Vecchio: an easy route that's also suitable for children.
The church of Sant’Andrea in Barbiana, linked to the figure of Don Lorenzo Milani, is the perfect way to end your experience in the Mugello area. Still today, locals continue the work of the pedagogist priest thanks to a research and training center.