Speaking of food, you could head to Salumeria Triglia under the arches, one of the oldest places that produce the artisan salami of Gombitelli, sold since 1797. Gombitelli is a small fraction of the Comune of Camaiore, a short way from Viareggio. A small isolated country that is reached by a winding road that climbs between pines and chestnuts, kilometers of road in the middle of the plain and in the distance, the sea. Here, the Triglia (Mullet) family, as the local Delis do, produce many other types of traditional foods that you can enjoy on your stay in Versilia. Among these are the bridilo and brawn, poor but tasty, the butter and the precious cream of red butter, delicate and spicy, or even the institutional sausages of Gombitelli. Spread on bread or eat from the grill, great for sauces or stews with beans.