Guide About Versilia In Tuscany

Guide About Versilia In Tuscany



Versilia occupies the north-western part of​ Tuscany, between the ridge of​ the Apuan Alps and the Tyrrhenian Sea.

The historic territory of​ Versilia is​ divided into the administrative Communes of​ Pietrasanta, Forte di Marmi, Seravezza and Stazzema.

Nowaday, the term “Versilia” includes also the communes of​ Massarosa, Camaiore and Viareggio.

The area includes the Communes of​ Viareggio, Camaiore, Pietrasanta, Forte dei Marmi, Massarosa, Seravezza and Stazzema, the Regional Park of​ Migliarino-San Rossore-Massaciuccoli to​ the South and the Park of​ Apuane to​ the North. it​ is​ close to​ art cities such as​ Lucca (20 Km), Pisa (21 Km) and Florence (100 Km). it​ is​ easy to​ reach with any means of​ transport.

Versilia is​ characterised by a​ variety of​ landscape that changes, in​ a​ few km, from sea to​ hill, to​ mountain. it​ is​ a​ unique environment that confirms the gastronomic variety of​ meat and sea dishes. Its cooking is​ made of​ simple and genuine ingredients and it​ goes along with the most elaborate one that had to​ consider the tourist phenomenon. in​ fact, it​ requires a​ cooking more suitable to​ people with different tastes and coming from different parts of​ Italy and from abroad.

Versilia enjoys a​ peaceful mild and temperate climate all year long. The average temperature goes from 10°, during the winter, to​ 25°, during the summer. Due to​ the vicinity of​ the Apuane to​ the sea, rains are abundant during the whole year; whereas during the summer there are short but strong thunderstorms.

It is​ possible to​ come to​ Versilia on holidays during the whole year.

During the summer, when the sun heats the sandy beaches, the vicinity of​ the Apuane mitigates the heat and the climate becomes pleasant with windy days and fresh nights. During the day, it​ is​ possible to​ enjoy oneself on the beach and take a​ plunge in​ the sea, or​ a​ walk within the green of​ the pine forests, on the hills or​ on mountain paths, or​ take a​ visit to​ art cities and small villages well known to​ mass tourism.

During the night, there is​ only the embarrassment of​ choosing, from night clubs to​ open door theatres, from shopping to​ cultural exhibitions, from gastronomic feats (“sagre”) to​ simple walks.




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