The settlement of Scandicci appeared in 1774 as Torri, and was later enlarged to incorporate several neighbouring communities.
- Villa i Collazzi, a Mannerist building whose design is attributed to Michelangelo.
- Villa Pestellini
- San Giuliano a Settimo – Badia or Abbey first documented from 774.
- Sant’Alessandro a Giogoli– Romanesque-style Pieve or parish church first documented from 1035; it has a nave with two aisles (the latter, together with the transept, decorated in Baroque style). In the rectory is a fresco by Ridolfo del Ghirlandaio and a canvas by Francesco Conti.
- Pieve di San Vincenzo
- San Martino alla Palma– Church with a 16th-century portico. The interior, on a single nave, houses a 14th-century Madonna with Child Enthroned.
- Sant’Andrea – Church at Mosciano, with some 13th-14th century paintings.
- Acciaiolo – 14th century defense structure and aristocratic manor, now in public ownership.
Nearby is also the Badia a Settimo.