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Versilia coast

Between the Ligurian Sea and the Apuan Alps is one of the most interesting areas in the province of Lucca. Where the area used to be shaped by swamp, numerous seaside resorts with sophisticated villas and hotels adorn the coastal section.

Vacation on the Versilia coast

Vacation paradise versilia ...
The diverse Mediterranean vegetation embedded in the blue sea, infinite beaches, mountains and hills is made for vacation. The particularly mild climate and the enchanting natural backdrop lure bathing enthusiasts, mountain bikers and hikers alike. The region offers numerous historical and scenic highlights in every season. Holidaymakers love the broad, long beaches and like to explore the flora and fauna of the hinterland on foot or on the bike. Especially in summer, numerous events and entertainment offers do not give up boredom and in the evening many cozy restaurants and bars are waiting for visitors.

Marble stone and sophisticated seaside resorts ...
The charming small town of Pietrasanta not only has a well -known seaside resort to offer. The name of the city means saint and indicates the world -famous marble processing of the place. For this reason, there are also many artists and craftsmen who work with the stone material. Former port for the Carrara marble from the mountains, Forte is a sophisticated seaside resort today. Here or in Lido di Camaiore, guests will find the typical wide sandy beaches of the Versilia. Significant artists in the region, such as Lorenzo Viani and Galileo Chini, chose this charming environment as a meeting point and source of inspiration at the beginning of the 19th century. The well -known composer Giacomo Puccini also comes from the Versilia. His famous works, such as La Bohème or Tosca, will be performed on the banks of the Massaciuccoli lake in his hometown Torre di Lago. On the way from Marina di Massa to Viareggio, past Forte dei Marmi, Marina di Pietrasanta and Lido di Camaiore, the coast offers everything for a sophisticated vacation in the sign of art and culture.

Forte dei Marmi ...
This well -known seaside resort on the Tuscan Riviera, located between Marina di Massa and Viareggio, is very popular with his guests for the beaches, the excellent restaurants and the sophisticated life. The fort, which was built by Leopold I in 1788, gave this city its name and has become its landmark today. Forte dei Marmi is revitalized day and night. The boutiques and art galleries remain open until late in the evening. The city center is closed to traffic and therefore a paradise for bicycles and scooter blades. The market on Wednesday morning lets tourists and visitors flock to this picturesque town all year round.

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A small island of the Tuscan archipelago, north of the island of Elba and east of Capo Corso. Worth seeing are the romantic bays and the old watchtowers, in which seagulls nest today. The ""Cala Rossa"", remains of a rock crater - red like the fire is particularly beautiful.

was created in the second half of the 8th century on the left side of the flow of the same name. Powerful tourist port. Beautiful pine forests that reach the sea.

The island of Elba
Always enchanted her visitors with their indescribable natural beauty and its diverse landscape sections. Napoleon, probably the most prominent ""visitor"", left his unforgettable traces here during his 285 days.

Italy - or maybe even worldwide, most unique city. With over fifty museums, countless streets, squares, palaces, old churches and artistically designed gardens, this city is not only an absolute must for art lovers and historians.

Provincial capital and the second most important city in Tuscany. Important port for cruise ships and ferry traffic to Sardinia and Corsica. Seat of the naval academy.

Massa Marittima
From Piazza Garibaldi you have a wonderful view of the Romanesque-Gothic cathedral. World -famous for the annual ""Palio del Girifalco"" (crossbow shooting).

is one of the most beautiful Tuscan cities; Famous Piazza del Campo, where the well -known ""Palio"" (horse racing) takes place in August."

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