Madonna del Frassine Sanctuary

According to tradition, the sanctuary, modern-looking (the last interventions date back to 1934), was erected to house the statue of the Madonna and child, thought to be brought from Africa by San Cerbone and San Regolo. Enlargements took place in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Inside are kept four paintings of the Sienese School of the 17th century. The high altar, eighteenth-century characteristics, is leaning against a wall, through two openings in which you enter a room which houses against a backdrop of an incredibly ornate wall, a wooden statue of the Virgin and child, held by the Pisan School of the fourteenth century.