How to get in Versilia

To arrive at Versilia: Pietrasanta, Forte dei Marmi, Seravezza e Stazzema,Viareggio and Camaiore.

How to reach Versilia: Pietrasanta, Forte dei Marmi, Seravezza and Stazzema; Viareggio, Camaiore and Lido di Camaiore in the nearby.
Versilia is provided with an excellent motorway network from any direction. The tool booth of Versilia is between the one of Viareggio and the other one of Massa Carrara on A12.

Automobile Versilia
FROM GENOA: A12 motorway in the south direction until the tool booth of Versilia.
FROM MILAN: A1 motorway in the south direction until Fidenza, turn into A15 until La Spezia and later, into A12 to reach Versilia
FROM FLORENCE: A11 motorway until Lucca. Choose the street toward Viareggio and it will be easy to reach Pietrasanta.
FROM ROME: A1 motorway until Florence, then follow the previous instructions.

Treno Viareggio
There are two railway stations in Versilia: one in Pietrasanta and the other one in Forte dei Marmi (the one in Forte dei Marmi also includes those of Querceta, Seravezza and Stazzema.
Long-distance trains stop in Viareggio, from where you can easily reach Versilia by taking a bus, local trains or cabs.

Barca Viareggio
The closer port is the one of Viareggio with more than one thousand berths.
As it is indicated in the navigational chart 909/28 of Istituto Idrografico della Marina (Italian Hydrographic Institute of the Navy) in Genoa, it has a geographical position of 43 ᵒ51’ north latitude and of 10ᵒ15’ east longitude.

Versilia aereo
The closest airport is “Galileo Galilei” in Pisa, at about 25 kms from Versilia.
Five kilometres far from Forte dei Marmi (in the district of Cinquale), there is a small airport with a grass runway; it can be used to visit Versilia from the sky or as air taxis.

@ Pier Luca Mori 2018

Camaiore, Lucca (Italy)