Referred to as the “Little Athens of Italy”, this town is located at the foot of the Apuan Alps and known for bronze and marble processing. It was given the name of Little Athens for the reason that Mitoria and Botero lived and worked in the town. Apart from restaurants and bars, Pietrasanta also has art galleries and foundries. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
One of the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Tuscany and located in the village of Seravezza, this was built as a residence of the Medici Family. Today, it now hosts exhibitions and a library that collections of contemporary and modern art. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Located along the Massaciuccoli Lake, at the eastern bank, this archaeological area is where the ruins of an ancient summer residence of a rich family of Pisa, the Venuleis, was discovered. Also close to the Mediterranean Sea, this area is strategically positioned, making it unique, during the Roman Age. It is also divided into three areas: the building with mosaic, the villa and the Shipyard. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Located near the beach, this is the biggest complex of galleries and karst caves in Italy. Visitors can go to the Fossil Forest and the Stalactites Gallery via a two-kilometre path. There are also quicksilver mines to explore and learn more about the nature of work of miners. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Situated atop of the mountain, this is one of the villages in Versilia. This village is small and serene, with houses made of bricks and life is slow. There are no available cars but there is also a restaurant with a stunning view of the coast. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Known for its sandy beaches, this town sits on the coast of Versilia. The beaches are covered by beach umbrellas and boast of Liberty architecture or Art Nouveau as well as floats during Carnival time. it also has a famous promenade, the longest in the country. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Lido di Camaiore
Located between Marina di Pietrasanta and Viareggio, this seaside resort boasts of golden sandy beaches with the views of the Apuan Alps. It also has restaurants and bars as well as boutiques and a promenade. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Set on an area just near the beach of Marina di Pietrasanta, this park has a variety of landscapes, including dunes and brush. Both the locals and the tourists find this attraction appealing since aside from the relaxing surroundings, it also has hiking paths. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Also situated in the park, this is where performances are held and is enclosed in pine woods. It is also the venue for the yearly summer event, the popular Festival della Versiliana. These performances include dance, music, poetry, cabaret and theatrical acts. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Forte dei Marmi
Set on the Tyrrhenian coast, this beautiful seaside resort is among the finest in the region. This popular destination is frequented by famous personalities and the rich as well as sportsmen and industrialists. One of Italy’s most discreet and private beach resorts, Michelangelo and Puccini have also been here.