Immersed in the greenery of the Lunigiana, Tresana strikes the visitor for its small size and the suggestive way the village hides among the hills. The main characteristic of the landscape surrounding the town is the Malaspina Castle, dating to the Langobardic period. The imposing castle sticks out against the vastness of the landscape, looming tall over the small village that rests below.
A vacation in the tranquillity of the mountainous landscape of Tresana is ideal for those who love peace and quiet and are searching for a refuge away from the stresses of city life. Culinary offerings in the area perfectly accompany these moments of tranquillity and rest with a great selection of local cold cuts, mushrooms, typical soups, grilled meat and wild game, apple pie, bucellato and other home-made sweets coming especially from the area.