Enclosed between the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Apuane Alps, at the very north of Tuscany, Versilia
represents the fusion between nature and culture
A strip of straight coast which goes on for about 20 kilometres, enclosing hills cultivated with olives and vineyards, the lake area of Massaciuccoli, the peaks of the Apuan Alps and the presence of archaeological remains, roman parish churches, middle age towns, fortresses and castles are all a testimony of the history of this territory, inhabited since the Neolithic Era.
In the summertime
this is the meeting place for writers, artists, people of the entertainment industry and of a large number of culture heritage enthusiasts. In winter
cultural, literary and cinema events gather experts and onlookers.
Such an extraordinary territory, scattered with fortresses, villages, coastal towers, representations of a historic past which traced the development of the main cities: Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta, Viareggio
on the Massarosa coastline near the lake of Massaciuccoli, Camaiore
on the hills, Stazzema
in the high Versilia region and to top it all those municipalities surrounded by minor settlements which can proudly boast natural treasures of exceptional value and a history rich of events.