Versilia

Tourist itineraries and events to discover the Versilia coast and the Versilia hinterland.

Versilia is known above all for being a seaside destination along the Tuscan coast. It is widely known and recognized for being a very fashionable area of ​​the Tuscan Riviera, where VIPs often go but attracts many during the summer for its summer nightlife with many clubs and nightclubs open at night.

The beaches along this part of the Tuscan coast are sandy, entering very gradually into the sea. This particular makes it ideal for families with small children during the day. The numerous shops and restaurants (as well as hotels) on the seafront make the Versilia also an ideal place to spend the summer, with everything you need close at hand.

The main cities of Versilia are Viareggio, Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta, Camaiore, Massarosa, Seravezza and Stazzema, extending north along the coast up to Massa and Carrara. Seravezza and Stazzema are the only places not found along the coast but on the hills that rise up towards the Apuan Alps, which run along the coast and separate the Versilia from the Garfagnana. This area is often called "the Alta Versilia".

It is very easy to reach Versilia and its beaches, both by train and by car, as the A12 motorway runs parallel to the coast. By public transportation you could take the train from Florence (via Lucca) to reach any of the coastal towns of Versilia or take the buses from Lucca; the beaches are therefore within walking distance.

The climate is quite mild, although the humidity can be quite high in the summer. Have you ever wondered why it's called Versilia? The name comes from the river that descends from Seravezza to Forte dei Marmi and then goes through this area!

Discover Versilia

Tourist itineraries and events to discover the Versilia coast and the Versilia hinterland.

Events in Versilia
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Events in Versilia

The events in Lido di Camaiore and Versilia coast

Versiliana festival
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Versiliana festival

The Versiliana festival takes place every summer in the Versiliana park with prose, ballet and music performances, which are joined by meetings with famous personalities, exhibitions, children's space.

Routes on foot or by bicycle in Versilia
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Routes on foot or by bicycle in Versilia

Versilia offers numerous routes to do on foot or by bike to discover the sea and the hills that characterize the Versilia territory.

Antro del Corchia
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Antro del Corchia

The Antro del Corchia is located in the high Versilia area, precisely in the municipality of Levigliani, and is a collection of 53 km of tunnels and wells and the largest karstic complex.

Cinque Terre
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Cinque Terre

The Cinque Terre represent the charm of the hill that juts out over the sea with spectacular views and panoramas. The Cinque Terre can also be easily reached from Versilia.

Marble Itinerary
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Marble Itinerary

A path that starts from Pietrasanta with a visit to the laboratories of the greatest sculptors.

lido di camaiore
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lido di camaiore

Lido di Camaiore is one of the most famous seaside resorts of Versilia with a fine sandy beach of some km.

Camaiore
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Camaiore

Camaiore is a beautiful village located in Versilia at the foot of the Apuan Alps.

Pietrasanta
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Pietrasanta

Pietrasanta is the cultural heart of Versilia thanks to the great artisan tradition kept alive in the laboratories and ateliers of the area

Viareggio Carnival
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Viareggio Carnival

The Viareggio carnival has always been considered one of the most important carnivals in Italy, Europe and the world.

Forte dei Marmi
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Forte dei Marmi

Forte dei Marmi is one of the most popular and one of the most frequented seaside resorts on the Tyrrhenian coast.

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