Guardistallo - Guardistallo, which
derives its name from medieval Latin Stallum Gualdi, is located
on the summit of a hill, where the river Sterza flows into
the Cecina, of Longobard origins, as its name witnesses, the
village fell under domination by the Delia Gherardesca family,
who gave it to the bishop of Volterra.
Its surrounding area is, for the most
part, covered with woods and a few pastures, and its principle
activity is wine and oil.
Guardistallo is a medieval village
that has remained almost completely intact, immersed in the
countryside and with a beautiful view over the Tirreno and
the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago.
Where is Guardistallo: is located in the south of
Pisa province, on the border with the province of Livorno.
How to reach Guardistallo: From Pisa, follow direction
south Cecina on the Highway A12 and theb on the SS2. Exit
Cecina and follow for Volterra, after 4 km on your right the
sign for Guardistallo
Nearby: Visit Volterra, Montecatini Val di Cecina,
Distances: Pisa 64 Km - Livorno 42 Km - Florence 110
Km - Siena 80 Km
Correct name is Guardistallo
Common mistakes are Guadistallo, Gurdistallo, Cuardistallo,