In the countryside surrounding Forte dei Marmi there is an architectural, historical and cultural heritage to be discovered, Charming villages nestled in the valleys or perched at the top of hills offer an impressive view over the scenic Apuans Alps or the coast up to the «Golfo delle Cinque Terre».
Forte dei Marmi, sited in the Versilia area, one of the most exclusive and renowned resort zone located in Tuscany, it’s the ideal starting point for daily art cities excursions
Pietrasanta is a small beach resort in Versilia, currently the centre of international importance for processing marble and bronze.
The territory of Camaiore, another pearl resort of Versilia, contains the oldest medieval villages of the valley bearing the same name, with beautiful trails.
When one's back is turned to the sea, immediately the scenery offers a completely opposite emotion to the eye: majestic 'alpine' shaped peaks with white slopes that seem to be covered in snow
Torre del Lago Puccini has its identity in its name, a name, that of Giacomo Puccini, linked to this territory from the sea to Lucca, his birthplace.
The city of Pisa is one of the most important cities of Tuscany and among the most famous in the world, thanks to its universally known landmark: the Leaning Tower.
A point of arrival for some or for others a stop off point, either way, it cannot be overlooked as its artistic beauty and scenic environment makes the city of Lucca one of Tuscany’s jewels.
The Cinque Terre National Park is an area where sea and land merge to form a unique and evocative landscape. Eighteen miles of rocky coastline full of bays and beaches topped by a chain of mountains that run parallel to the shoreline.