Territory and itineraries in Versilia

What to do on holiday in Lido di Camaiore in Versilia. Guides on what to visit, itineraries and places to discover


Il marmo di Carrara (per i Romani marmor lunensis, "marmo di Luni") è un tipo di marmo estratto dalle cave delle Alpi Apuane in territorio di Carrara, universalmente noto come uno dei marmi più pregiati. Con questo marmo sono state realizzate alcune delle più importanti opere architettoniche e scultoree del mondo...

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L'Antro del Corchia è un vasto sistema di grotte di cavità di origine carsica, che si sviluppa all'interno del Monte Corchia (Alpi Apuane, Toscana). Il sistema comprende tre grandi grotte collegate tra di loro: L'Abisso Claude Fighiera, l'Abisso Rodolfo Farolfi e l'Antro del Corchia. Con una profondità di 1.210m, oltre 20 ingressi dislocati lungo tutta la montagna...

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Le Cinque Terre sono un frastagliato tratto di costa della riviera ligure ubicate nel territorio della provincia di La Spezia tra Punta Mesco e Punta di Montenero, nel quale si trovano cinque borghi affacciati sul mare: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore. Dal 1997 fanno parte della lista dei Patrimoni dell'umanità dell'Unesco, grazie al loro un paesaggio culturale di valore eccezionale che rappresenta...

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Versilia is located in northern Tuscany, in the province of Lucca, and extends along the coast from Viareggio to the municipality of Forte dei Marmi to include inland Massarosa and the small towns of Seravezza and Stazzema. The coastal part has a great vocation for tourism.  Its wide, golden sandy beach  with all its facilities and services, make it a very popular destination...

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For more than a century, Viareggio has been the first seaside resort to make Versilia famous for its beaches and social life. The beautiful Passeggiata, a pedestrian street that stretches for 2 kilometres parallel to the beach, embellished with buildings and villas in sumptuous Art Nouveau style, is the heart of the town, where tourists and locals love...

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Forte dei Marmi is the main luxury resort in the Versilia Riviera. It was founded in the 15th century as a port for the transfer of Carrara marble. Starting from the 16th century, with the flourishing of the Renaissance, the territory, under the dependence of Pietrasanta, was enlarged and the roads were improved, thanks also to the greater importance acquired with the increase in the commercialisation of iron from the Island of Elba...

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Also known as "The Little Athens", Pietrasanta is a historic town nestled at the foot of the Apuan Alps, now a popular destination for celebrities visiting Versilia  and wishing to combine social life with culture. It owes its growing popularity to its artistic vocation since the days when Michelangelo went there to choose the finest marble for his works. The Carrara marble quarries are in fact not far away and historically the chosen blocks...

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The Apuan Alps are a mountain range located in the north-west of Tuscany, forming part of the Tuscan Sub-Apennines and bordered to the north-west by the Magra River (Lunigiana), to the east by the Serchio River (Garfagnana, Mediavalle and Piana di Lucca) and to the southwest by the Versilia and the Apuan Riviera...

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Massaciuccoli Lake is a coastal lake in Tuscany. The lake and the surrounding marshland area are part of the Migliarino, San Rossore, Massaciuccoli Natural Park and of a LIPU oasis, given the numerous bird species present. At the end of the 19th century, the Lucchese musician Giacomo Puccini bought a tower house...

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An ancient maritime Republic, Pisa is one of the best-known Tuscan cities in the world, thanks to the uniqueness of its Leaning Tower. Already off its axis when it was completed in 1372, the 56-metre-high white marble construction is none other than the bell tower of the marble Cathedral in the Romanesque-Pisan style, which stands on the same Piazza dei Miracoli...

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Florence, the capital of Tuscany, is considered the cradle of the Renaissance, destination of an aristocratic tourism since the 19th century. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, where the visitor is likely to lose himself in contemplative ecstasy, overwhelmed by the extraordinary beauty and grandeur of the many  masterpieces of Renaissance art and architecture...

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Lucca is one of the most popular and renowned cities in Tuscany and is the provincial capital of all the towns in Versilia. It is mainly known for the imposing city walls that surround the historical centre, completed during the Renaissance period and are still entirely intact...

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