Santuario della Madonna delle Grazie is also know as "Madonna del Sasso" because of a series of apparitions of the Virgin Mary that occurred in 1484. The church was constructed in 1490, replacing a mediaeval oratory.
Chiesa di San Martino a Molin del Piano was first documented in the 13 C and was under the patronage of the bishop of Fiesole and the Saltarelli family.
Pieve di San Lorenzo a Montefiesole has existed since 1190 but was transformed into parish church in 1461. It is situated next to the ruins of the castle belonging to the Bishop of Florence.
Prepositura di San Michele Arcangelo was known as the Church of Sant'Angelo a Sieve until the 17 C when it took the name of San Michele. It was first documened at the beginning of the 13 C. It was completely rebuilt in the 18 C and was re-consecrated in 1788.
Chiesa dei Santi Martino e Giusto a Quona was originally dedicated to San Martino but was later called San Giusto after the first church was demolished.
Chiesa di Santa Brigida is said to have been constructed on the site of a cave used by Saint Brigida for meditation in 10 C. The church was enlarged during the 16 C and 17 C and restored in modern times.
Chiesa di San Giovanni Battista a Monteloro was first documented in 1102. It is located next to the ruins of the castle of the same name.