Sea, mountains, hills, endless sandy beaches and rich Mediterranean vegetation. These are the typical features of this wide-ranging territory of undisputed charm, Versilia, since ever synonym for entertainment, tourism and light-heartedness, but also for culture, nature and social life.



Lying along the coast of Tuscany in the Province of Lucca, the Versilia is a fascinating region rich in nature and culture.
A unique territory ruled by the seven municipalities of Viareggio, Pietrasanta, Camaiore, Forte dei Marmi, Massarosa, Stazzema and Seravezza, that offers a great variety of environmental settings, next to significant architectural and artistic treasures, proof of a varied past rich in events.











In summer and winter, thanks to a mild climate, Versilia offers numerous visits and tours both along the coast and in the mountain hinterland of the Apuan Alps as well as to the natural parks, suitable hiking and for mountain biking. In summer Versilia offers endless, well equipped beaches to relax at the seaside.
The flat strip of land set immediately behind the seaside towns offers the possibility of relaxing walks in the pine forests as well as cycling tours on easy paths, however rewarding in terms of landscape and culture. The hinterland of Versilia is indeed a treasure chest full of fascinating medieval churches, picturesque villages, archaeological sites and roman ruins, all set in the extraordinary frame of the various protected natural areas.











Both day and night Versilia offers fun, shows and entertainment, typical of a place always famous for its summer parties and amusement in the seaside resorts, with discos and night clubs offering a wide range of opportunities to relax. Furthermore Versilia offers many events ranging from the famous Viareggio Carnival, to the summer festivals with shows and concerts such as the Puccini Opera and the Versiliana Festivals, worldwide renowned art exhibitions, and last but not least folkloristic and traditional Christmas happenings full of lights and colors!