A possible itinerary for the villas of the Pizzorne could start with a visit to the park surrounding Villa Garzoni in Collodi.
From here, take the small but scenic road that leads to San Gennaro. From San Gennaro, continue toward Petrognano and, passing through Tofori, you'll reach Camigliano, where you can visit Villa Torrigiani, which is today called Colonna. It's one of the most majestic villas in Lucca and its surrounding areas.
From Camigliano, continue for Segromigno in Monte and visit another great example of 17th-century architecture: Villa Mansi.
From Segromigno, pass through San Colombano until you reach Villa Reale in Marlia, the 1800s residence of Princess Elisa Baciocchi.
Between Villa Reale in Marlia and Villa Grabau, from the road you will see Villa Diodati, a precious example of late-Renaissance architecture, which uses ashlar as a decorative element on the façade.