Forte dei Marmi from the pier

Forte Dei Marmi

A paradise for beach bums and VIPs alike

Sea and culture are the two characteristics of Forte dei Marmi, one of the most famous tourist centers along the Tuscan shore.
A town rich in history, Forte dei Marmi began to expand at the beginning of 16th century, with land reclamation works that went on across the entire 16th century and ended with the construction of the fort in 1788, from which its name derives.
In the 19th century, the village started to develop into the splendid sea town full of tourist that all we know today.

In addition to the beauty of its beaches and its center, Forte dei Marmi is famous also for its festivals (of Sant’Ermete and San Francesco)and for its markets (antique fair, weekly market in Marconi square, and at Victoria Apuana).
The sea is not the only attraction in Forte dei Marmi, as also its surroundings are rich in history, culture and ancient traditions. Here you can undertake interesting excursions to discover the Apuan Alps and the entire Province of Lucca.
The center of town is rich in shops and high fashion boutiques with designer's clothes and it is a must for visitors to go out shopping also late in the evening.
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