Landscapes and vistas that where the beauty of the mountain joins the sea: this is Lucca.
Located in northern Tuscany, the province of Lucca spans several areas: Versilia, overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Countryside, located near the border with Emilia Romagna and the Serchio Valley - the area inside - and the plain of Lucca.
The Apuan Alps Park is in fact the background to the blue sea and the beaches of the Versilia , while the gentle hills covered with olive trees and forests dominate the landscape of the Garfagnana.
The area contains several other points of interest from Lake Massaciuccoli to the hot springs of Bagni di Lucca , the coastal dunes of the Natural Park of Migliarino-San Rossore-Massaciuccoli.
The province is rich in tradition and history, thanks to its central location was for centuries the land of travelers and was crossed by the Via Francigena, the great medieval pilgrimage route along which arose villages, castles, abbeys and churches that have always distinguished this region.
Traces of the past such as those living with the size of the worldliness and nightlife offering quintessential towns of Versilia: Viareggio, with its beaches and the port, Lido di Camaiore, Pietrasanta and Forte dei Marmi, frequented and loved by Italian and foreign tourists.
From the coast to the hinterland, between art centers and seaside resorts, entertainment and culture, history and nature, the province of Lucca reserves so many different attractions that make it unique and extraordinary.