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Versilia is a part of North-West Tuscany, in the province of Lucca. Historic Versilia is made up exclusively of four communes: Pietrasanta, Forte dei Marmi, Seravezza and Stazzema. Lately a well-known area for its bathing, Versilia is taken to mean the coastal area which runs from the south to the[…]

Massa Carrara

he Province of Massa Carrara is the furthest north in Tuscany. Here you can find many places to visit, such as museums, which include prehistoric exhibits, as well as evidence of the peasant culture, from the culture of marble to the invention of the printing press. Or you can discover[…]


Lunigiana is an historic region between Liguria and Tuscany, among the provinces of La Spezia and Massa Carrara, bordering Garfagnana. Lunigiana is a region rich with history. An area of much passage, given its proximity to the North of Italy and the sea, it is marked by historical evidence of[…]


To get there by car, from whatever direction, it is advised that you get off the motorway at Lucca. Then follow the signs to Garfagnana, taking a little route, for about ten minutes, along the Brennero highway. At the beginning of the residential part of Ponte a Moriano, at the[…]

Marina di Massa

The surrounds of this land offer the best of sea, mountains, excursions and places straight out of a fairytale, starting with the Apuan Alps that cover the entire hinterland of the Province ofMassa. A few kilometres on and you reach Versilia, where you can find Marina di Pietrasanta, Forte di[…]