Certaldo is the home of the poet Giovanni Boccaccio, and the town has many buildings of historical and artistic interest that you may want to visit.
The most interesting is definitely Certaldo Alto. The artistic and architectural feature is total preservation of the conformation with its medieval narrow streets and small squares that look in this section of Certaldo.
At Certaldo Alto, there are two squares: the first is the square of SS. Annunziata, who had designed the gardens and the other, SS. Jacob and Philip, in front of the ‘church of the same name, was originally used as a cemetery instead of the convent until 1633.
At the Agriturismo Girasole you can find all the amenities of the Empoli Farmhouses .