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THE VERSILIA

Versilia is a renowned seaside region stretching from Torre del Lago to Marina di Massa and including Viareggio, Camaiore, Pietrasanta, Forte dei Marmi, Massarosa, Seravezza, and Stazzema. It is a well-known area thanks to the presence of breath-taking beaches, a wonderful promenade marked by beautiful shops, restaurants, bars, clubs and by the presence of many political and sports figures. Versilia ...

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CAMAIORE

Camaiore is a town in the Versilia region that extends from the peaks of the Apuan Alps to the beautiful golden beach of Lido di Camaiore. It is a town of 30,000 inhabitants. A city rich in history and culture, within its walls you can find a series of artistic works worth visiting, such as Teatro dell'Olivo, the Abbey of San Pietro, the Parish Church of San Giovanni Battista, the Museum of Sacred ...

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LIDO DI CAMAIORE

Lido di Camaiore (beach of Camaiore) is located between Viareggio and Marina di Pietrasanta. It's a large and modern seaside location consisting of 4 km of sandy beaches and a beautiful and picturesque jetty overlooking the sea. Here you can find wonderful shops, bars, restaurants with large terraces overlooking the sea and over 100 bathing establishments. You will also find more than 70 hotels equipped ...

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PIETRASANTA

Pietrasanta, the historical chief-town of Versilia, has an international importance due to the production of marble and bronze, and being the meeting point of sculptors from all over the world. It is characterized by an old town with picturesque shops, restaurants, bars and also many art galleries located near Piazza del Duomo. Among the many monuments you will find here are worthy of note Duomo of ...

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MARINA DI PIETRASANTA

Marina di Pietrasanta is a hamlet of the town of Pietrasanta. It stretches for 4 km from Lido di Camaiore to Forte dei Marmi, is composed of beautiful beach resorts, large hotels and a wonderful and picturesque pine forest (the Versiliana), well known and much loved by the great poet D'Annunzio. Along the coast, you can also walk on the pier of Tonfano that gives a wonderful view of the sea but also ...

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FORTE DEI MARMI

Forte dei Marmi (Fort of the marbles) is a holiday town that takes its name from the namesake fort at the centre of the city, commissioned by the Grand Duke Pietro Leopoldo to defend the dock. The marble coming from the Apuan Alps, not far away, was transported to the jetty and then placed on ships, ready to sail. Inside the fort, there is the Museum of Satire and Caricature. It is a fashionable place, ...

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VIAREGGIO

Viareggio was born in the first half of the sixteenth century and was the only outlet to the sea the Republic of Lucca had. One of the oldest buildings in Viareggio is the Matilde tower erected by Viareggio citizens in 1541 to defend themselves against the constant threats of raids by barbarian pirates. Viareggio is also known for the Carnival which began in 1873, with its imposing papier-mâché carriages ...

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TORRE DEL LAGO (TOWER OF THE LAKE)

Torre del Lago (Tower of the Lake) is made up of immense beaches, fresh pine forests and countless pubs and discotheques, which makes this city an ideal tourist stop not only to relax but also to spend the whole night amid local entertainment. Its name originates from a tower that in the XV-XVI century stood near the lake of Massaciuccoli. In 1938 the name Puccini was added to the original name of ...

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MASSAROSA

The territory of Massarosa is located in Versilia, in the north of Tuscany, overlooking the Lake of Massaciuccoli. It is a protected area of the Migliarino S.Rossore Natural Park, where you can admire different species of birds both migratory and non-migratory. Its a tourist spot where you can take long walks, cycling trips and countless riding excursions in a flourishing green area. Geographically ...

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MARINA DI MASSA

Marina di Massa is a popular seaside resort with beautiful clubs along the beach. Massa has an historic centre full of churches and Renaissance buildings. The city is dominated by a hill where one can admire the Malaspina castle, visible to tourists, which dominates the entire surrounding plain.

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SERAVEZZA

Seravezza is part of the historical Versilia, together with the municipalities of Forte dei Marmi, Stazzema, and Pietrasanta. Seravezza is wedged in a small valley crossed by two streams, the Serra and the Vezza, descending from the Apuan Alps. Joining together, they give life to the Versilia river.

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STAZZEMA

Stazzema is a municipality that is part of the high area of Versilia: it is completely mountainous and, in many places, wooded and rocky, such as the peaks of some mountains like Pania and Corchia. You will find a mountain climate, but also mild enough thanks to the proximity with the Tyrrhenian Sea.

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CAVE DI MARMO

The marble quarries are located in the Apuan Alps where the marble known throughout the world is extracted and used for architectural and artistic works, decorations of squares and large monuments. The marble quarries can be an interesting tourist destination.

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PISA

Pisa is an art city well-known thanks to Piazza del Duomo, known as Piazza dei Miracoli (Square of the Miracles; declared World Heritage Site). Here one can admire the Leaning Tower and the bell tower of the twelfth century which is 56 meters high, and the cathedral made of marble. The San Rossore National Park is very impressive as well.

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THE FIVE LANDS

The Cinque Terre (The Five Lands) are a stretch of coast on the Ligurian Riviera in the province of La Spezia where there are five towns: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. The five towns offer tourists a wonderful rich landscape of sea, mountains and small villages that can be visited by train, car and ferry.

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LUCCA

Lucca is an art city whose walls guard several important historical monuments known throughout the world and visited on a daily basis by many tourists. These landmarks range from the amphitheater that still retains its characteristic closed elliptical form, to the hole in Piazza S. Michele, the Cathedral of Lucca and many other monuments.

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FLORENCE

Florence is an important art city, considered as the place of origin of the Renaissance and known as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, thanks to its numerous monuments and museums - including Duomo, Santa Croce, Uffizi, Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria and Palazzo Pitti.

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SIENA AND SAN GIMIGNANO

Siena is a great art city, with a rich landscape, historical and artistic heritage and a widespread popularity within tourists. Among the many buildings are to be mentioned The Duomo of Siena, Palazzo Pubblico and Piazza del Campo where the famous Palio di Siena takes place.

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GROTTA DEL VENTO

The Grotta del Vento (Cave of the Wind) is located in Garfagnana, in the middle of the Apuan Alps Park and is visited by many tourists. The weather conditions that shape the limestone rocks give life to majestic natural sculptures. The Grotta del Vento is made up of countless brilliant minerals and stalagmites, from ponds and streams.

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GARFAGNANA

The Garfagnana is between the Apuan Alps and the Tuscan Emilian Apennines, which are ideal for those whod love to walk in the countryside. It offers a wide variety of landscapes, from the rocky mountains to the immense and flowered green hills.

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