The Towns of Versilia

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The territory of Versilia

Famous bathing area, Versilia takes its name from the river and lies to the north-west of Tuscany, near Lucca.

It includes the towns of Pietrasanta, Forte dei Marmi, Seravezza, Stazzema, Viareggio, Camaiore, Massarosa and Torre del Lago

When you spoke of Versilia generally tended to regard as authentic the "Versilia Storica" or "High Versilia, "which included the first four towns cited: Pietrasanta, Forte dei Marmi, Seravezza and Stazzema, while for the towns of Viareggio, Camaiore, Massarosa and Torre del Lago is usually talked about Riviera Lucchese.



Stefania Sandrelli (actress), Mario Monicelli, Mario Tobin (poet and writer) Giorgio Gaber (actor), Mark Columbro (actor and presenter), Marcello Lippi (coach), Pierluigi Collina (Referee).

Versilia currently considering the whole of this community that extends from the coast to the mountains for about 160kmq. Starting from Torre del Lago Puccini, which forms the boundary between the province of Lucca and the Pisan to get to Marina di Massa (not included), going to Viareggio, is now considered together in Lido di Camaiore, in the heart of Versilia, until Focette , Tonfano, Fiumetto and finally to Forte dei Marmi.

The inland instead, starting from Massarosa (Massaciuccoli Stiava, Piano di Conca, Plan Mommio) and passing Camaiore and Pietrasanta, extending up to Seravezza and Stazzema.

Climate in Versilia

Versilia has a mild climate. The fact that cicondata by green means that, especially in summer, the humidity is quite high. The fact are on the coast we can say that at high temperatures alternating climate quite windy, but the proximity to the Apuan Alps is often synonymous with precipitazioni.L 'sea water in summer reaches approximately thirty degrees, while the sand reached up to 50 degrees .

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