The first information of the existence of the Hermitage of Sant'Anna in Medicina dates back to 1260. The structure was built on the border between Pescia and Villa Basilica and during the past centuries it was an important place of passage for pilgrims and trade. It is located about 665 meters above sea level and was the traditional site of the patronal festival on 26 July. On the way to the church you will walk surrounded by greenery passing through a chestnut wood and enjoy glimpses of the surrounding mountains. Today, unfortunately, it is unsafe and cannot be visited on the inside.