Versilia area

Versilia: Pietrasanta, Forte dei Marmi, Seravezza e Stazzema.

Territorio della Versilia Mare Ligure " While the Everlasting Father was adorning the universe with all the best beauties,
when he arrived on Versilia,
the bottom of the bag broke and a huge quantity of beauties of any kind fell down. ".

The birth of this land blessed by God cannot be different.

Its sea and its wonderful beaches, its fertile plains and its hills, its small towns and the suggestive marble mountains are fused together to give an impression of incomparable harmony. They represent one of the most attractive and beautiful places all over Italy named Versilia.

Duomo di PietrasantaThe “genuine Versilia”, the historical Versilia includes the Council of Pietrasanta, Forte dei Marmi, Seravezza and Stazzema and it is surrounded by two rivers.

The area that everyone inappropriately defines as Versilia, but better known as Touristic Versilia, also includes the district of Camaiore, Massarosa and Viareggio.
They stretch for approximately 165 Km; the sandy coastline goes on for 20 km and the mountains have peaks of 1800 m and more.

Versilia is in the province of Lucca and it belongs to the Diocese of Pisa.
Camaiore, Viareggio and Massarosa belong to the Diocese of Lucca.

Marmitte dei Giganti Marina di PietrasantaThis area is fertile and rich thanks to a strong network of creeks and channels that go through it.

Along the coast, next to the sea, you can find several pine forests that cover some kilometres. The most popular one, La Versiliana (80 hectares), is in Marina di Pietrasanta and it is so well known thanks to some of the poems of the great poet Gabriele D’Annunzio, who resided there and was inspired by the atmosphere.

Generally, in pine forests there are many leisure activities: stables, tennis courts, bike paths, rides, picnic areas etc…