The Versilia Coast LU Tuscany

Versilia - The coast of Tuscany

Hotel Bracciotti Lido di Camaiore

Twenty kilometers. Versilia has 20 km of sandy beaches, an extension comparable to very few other areas of the world, an eldorado of fine grains, shells and bathing establishments equipped (there are more than 400) that alternate with some sporadic free beach. An authentic diamond, with its many facets and different peculiarities that we discover along the meter by meter the coast, in a journey North - South, which takes us from Forte dei Marmi to Torre del Lago.

A complete territory: on the one hand the liquid heart, the sea, with the beaches and its romantic sunsets, on the other the Alpe Sublime that sang D'Annunzio, or the majestic Apuan Alps. And then there are the hills, the ancient villages, the historical and artistic centers, the natural oases and the vast local food and wine, all enclosed between the municipalities of Camaiore, Viareggio, Forte dei Marmi, Seravezza, Pietrasanta, Stazzema and Massarosa, each with its own peculiarities and with an important artistic, historical and cultural heritage to tell. It’s in this cradle of opposite and opposite matter that inhabits Versilia.

On the coast we find Viareggio, with its Art Nouveau architecture, and Forte dei Marmi, known resort, while inside we find Camaiore and Pietrasanta, places rich in monuments, especially of the Renaissance and Romantic ages. The town of Massarosa shows the presence of the Romans in Versilia, without forgetting the Lake of Massaciuccoli , natural oasis and Lipu and, on the other side, Torre del Lago, home of the master Giacomo Puccini and town famous for the Puccini Festival, which takes place in summer in the open-air theater overlooking the Lake. Finally Seravezza, the gateway to the Apuan Alps and home to the Medici Palace, and Stazzema, a beautiful village part of the so-called Historical Versilia.

Lido di Camaiore

Viareggio - Versilia

Forte dei Marmi - Versilia

Weather Forecast Versilia

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