An aspect that renders Tuscany so unique is its cuisine. In every part of the region, visitorsv will find themselves savouring tasty, centuries-old dishes and recipes. From the sea to the land, up to the highest peaks: products and recipes await to delight the palette.
Pecorino from the Versilia is only one example of Tuscan culinary excellence. Made with sheep’s milk, white and delicate with a meadow scent, its maturation generally last no more than 20 days, whilst for grated pecorino cheese, aging lasts up to a year and gives the cheese a stronger taste. You eat it when it is fresh or aged, combined with broad beans and pears.