The beaches of Versilia

Nature

A day on the sea of Versilia, a cultured and enjoyable land, known for its fine beaches and its social events. A coastal strip that extends between the slopes of the Apuan Alps, the woods and pine forests of the San Rossore Park.

The beaches

Discovering the Versilia coast amid long sandy beaches and unique coastal dunes, with its numerous bathing establishments interspersed by free beaches. Ideal for both more refined tastes and leisure solutions by the sea designed for the little ones, thanks to the stretches of white sand. Among the countless equipped beaches, the free beach of Marina di Massa, the Bathing establishment Le dune in Forte dei Marmi or the free beach La Lecciona, on the Viareggio coast, are worth mentioning.

Pietrasanta

Historical capital of Versilia and a hub for artists from all over the world, the town is ideal for sculpture lovers and for a walk amid ancient sculpture workshops, art galleries, fine restaurants and the many permanent sculptures among the squares of the city.
In recent decades, thanks to its great artistic vocation, Pietrasanta has turned into a real outdoor museum given the concentration of artists who have decided over the years to settle here, such as: Fernando Botero and Igor Mitoraj who paid homage to the city with the sculptures “The Warrior” by Botero “and” The Annunciation “by Mitoraj.
Don’t miss the art reviews and shows in the Villa Versiliana Park in Marina di Pietrasanta or a shopping stop at the Forte dei Marmi open market on Wednesday and Sunday mornings.

For more info visit:
https://www.italia.it/en/versilia
https://www.visittuscany.com/it/localita/pietrasanta/

Distance by car from Ca’ del Bosco
45 min
Approximate time taken
2 hours
Suitable for children
Yes