Essential San Miniato Information
Things to do
The Museum of the Dioceses in San Miniato
The museum is situated in an area adjacent to the cathedral, where the sacristy was located in ancient times. It houses a collection of sculptures, paintings and other works that have been collected from various parishes in the diocese. The architecture and method of how the building was built is demonstrated through a series of photographs, graphic and didactic aids.
Opening times: 1st November to 31st March - Thursday to Sunday, from 10.00 to 17.00. 1st April to 31st October - Thursday to Sunday, from 10.00 to 18.00. Always closed on Mondays
Address: Piazza del Duomo 1, San Miniato
There is a well stocked Coop supermarket with a butcher and bakery section.
Opening times: Monday-Saturday: 7.30-20.00
Address: Via Aporti 10/12, 56028 San Miniato
Opening times: Monday-Fr: 9.00-13.00 and 16.00-20.00. On weekends and after hours at least one pharmacy in the area is open, normally the open one is indicated on a notice outside all pharmacies.
Address: Piazza Del Popolo 25, San Miniato
Studio Medico San Miniato
Tel: +39 0571-400586 / +39 338 1183663
Address: via Ferrante Aporti 13, San Miniato
Fondazione San Miniato Promozione
Address: Piazza del Popolo 1, 56028 San Miniato (PI)
Tel: +39 057142745
There are two petrol stations in San Miniato. Totalerg located in Via Tosco 678 and Q8, also found in Via Tosco but at number 1166. The Q8 has self service facilities for use after hours, make sure you have 10, 20 and 50 Euro notes, they don't give change.
San Miniato restaurants
Osteria il Papero
The family that runs the restaurant is really friendly and make you feel totally at home. Leandro is an amazing, innovative chef and the menu changes with what is fresh and available. The prices are very reasonable.
Closed on Monday and Tuesday
Piazza I Maggio 1, Balconevisi
56028 San Miniato (Pi)
Tel. +39 338 4302267
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