The Versilia area is not just beaches and VIP scenes. It also boasts a number of parks and conservation areas where visitors can seek refuge and feel at one with nature.
The Parco della Versiliana, located just a few feet from the beach, is famous for its important summertime festival and its cultural attractions that create an oasis of peace and tranquility for visitors and residents alike. The pine wood inspired the great Gabriele D’Annunzio whose works highlight everything from the area’s sand dunes to the pine and live oaks in such abundance.
Thanks to the Centro CETUS in Viareggio, visitors can now learn more about the Tuscan marine park. Didactic explanations and catamaran tours allow visitors to observe the incredible dolphins and whales.
Don’t forget about the Lipu Oasis in Massarosa in the heart of the Massaciuccoli Lake. Unique landscapes, marsh vegetation and aquatic birds await. Tired of the beach? Then head up to the Apuan Alps Park and indulge in some great hiking while exploring the area’s tiny picturesque villages. Versilia offers the perfect mix of observation, contemplation and discovery—all adapted to the individual tastes of visitors.
Golden beaches, an inland dotted with small villages and nature reserves waiting to be explored, a moderate climate and a nightlife full of performances and entertainment: this is the Versilia, a stretch of coastline that extends for 20 ...