Starting from Terranuova Bracciolini, you cycle along a track that passes a great deal of farms and local produce shops, before arriving in the hamlet of Campogialli. Here, the church of Santa Maria in Campo Arsiccio is worth a visit, a little, aisleless medieval church, with wooden trusses supporting the roof.
Inside there is an interesting cycle of flaking frescoes, some of them superimposed on others, which date back to the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. The paintings, which decorate the walls almost in their entirety, show the cycle of the Via Crucis on the right: the Last Supper, the Agony in the Garden, the Judas Kiss, the Derision of Christ, the Trial for Pilate, the Flagellation, the Weeping of the Pious Women. The wall at the back, meanwhile, is frescoed with a depiction of the Last Judgement, and painted onto this is an Annunciation, dated to 1363. The paintings on the walls on the left are fragmented and not clearly identifiable.