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Torre del Lago and Versilia offer nightlife, parks and great shopping opportunities

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Exclusivity and fun care, find a meeting point: Versilia area. There is a consolidated reality that especially during the summer offers a new spirit of living the night. Many people meet in in the Torre del Lago seafront where they dance and celebrate until late at night. Nightclubs and Discos in the Versilia area are the best things that a tourist looking for fun can desire. Nightclubs and Discos are easily reachable with shuttle service and public buses. Good music and cocktail at will: here are the watchwords of summer nightlife.
Marina di Torre del Lago, a small seaside village near Viareggio, becomes a big open party in the summer: from day to night several people are the background to the evolution of fun. With a marina full of life and the lake area rich in cultural events, it is possible to come to the sea, participate in numerous events and spend whole hours dancing and meeting new people.

Nightlife at Torre del Lago
  • Mama Mia
  • Coniglio Mandingo
  • Adagio Lounge
  • Boca Chica

Events and nightlife at Viareggio
  • Puccini Festival: is one of the most expected events of the rich cultural life of Versilia. It’s the most important opera festival in Italy and the only one in the world dedicated to the composer Giacomo Puccini which takes place every summer, in July and August, just in the places that inspired master Puccini's immortal melodies.
  • Cittadella Jazz and More
  • Festival Teatro canzone Giorgio Gaber
  • Festival Europa Cinema
  • La Capannina di Viareggio

Pub in Darsena
  • Maki Maki
  • Carpe Diem
  • Smoove
  • Corsaro Rosso

Nightlife at Lido di Camaiore
  • Amadeus
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Mora Mora
  • Seven Apple
  • Bussola Club Versilia
  • Dancing Trocadero
  • Tucano Beach Club
  • Baronette

Nightlife at Marina di Pietrasanta - Forte dei Marmi
  • Twiga Beach Club
  • Ostras Beach
  • La Capannina di Franceschi
  • Faruk
  • Sunset Beach Club
  • 67 sky lounge bar
  • Almarosa Art Music Bar

On the trail of Giacomo Puccini

The relationship between Giacomo Puccini and Torre del Lago was born from love at first sight: the Master fell in love with this place from the first moment and never left it. He was bewitched, inspired and protected: we tell you a thirty-year love story. Did you know that it was because of a wish expressed by Giacomo Puccini that the Torre del Lago Festival was born? In one of his last letters, written to his friend Giovacchino Forzano in November 1924, Puccini wrote in fact: "... I always go here with the boat I go to hunt the snipe ... But once I would like to go here to listen to my own it works outdoors ... ".

In 1930 (six years after Puccini’s death), Forzano, mindful of these words, bagan with Pietro Mascagni – schoolmate and roommate of the young Puccini – the representations of Puccini's masterpieces by the lake. But the letter addressed to Forzano is only one of the last manifestations of love that the Master dedicates to Torre del Lago, which has always been, for him, a place in which rediscover the peace and tranquility indispensable to his creativity. Between Giacomo Puccini and Torre del Lago it is love at first sight: the musician immediately falls in love with Lake Massaciuccoli and the small village on its banks, which even welcomes him with a welcoming committee on his arrival, in 1891, in the small railway station. Here Puccini founded the Bohème Club with local artists and soon he becomes one of the main actors of the local artistic life: we are at the end of the nineteenth century, during the years of the great cultural ferment that crosses Europe without saving the whole Tuscany. Puccini is not excluded, but finds in this place the meeting point between these enthusiastic currents of cultural exchange and the pure sensations offered by the contact with the inspiring nature. Puccini lives in Torre del Lago for thirty years, during which he cultivates his two greatest passions: music and hunting. He composed here, in his house in front of the lake (originally a watchtower, hence the name Torre del Lago) he had restored, all his major works, including the Tosca (1900), Madama Butterfly (1904), La Fanciulla del West (1910), La Rondine (1917) and Il Trittico (1918). In 1921 he moved to Viareggio, where he lived the last 3 years of his life, but was buried in a chapel built in his old lake house, together with his wife and son. The Puccini Festival grants its ancient desire every year: the Maestro's works are performed on the shores of the lake he loved so much, in the heart of the town which, in his honor, changed its name to Torre del Lago Puccini.

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Lidi and beaches

  • Lecciona beach (free beach that extends from Torre del Lago to Viareggio). It is very popular among young people, suitable for singles.
  • Bufalina beach (free beach that extends from Torre del Lago to the south). It is not very popular, suitable for families and young people looking for an exclusive experience into the nature.
  • Migliarino or Marina di Vecchiano beach (partly free and equipped beach, south of Bufalina). It is not very popular, suitable for families and young people who are looking for an exclusive experience without giving up comfort.
  • Bocca di Serchio (free beach, South of Marina di Migliarino) It is not very popular, suitable for families and young people who are looking for suggestive landscape that have enchanted poets, as we remember from the verses by Gabriele D’Annunzio who dedicated a lyric of the Alcyone collection, entitled: “Bocca di Serchio”.
  • Torre del Lago beach (partly free and equipped beach) It is suitable for families and young people looking for a comfortable experience, Torre del Lago beach made Versilia famous and unquestionably it is the best beach in Tuscany.
  • Marina di Levante (equipped beach, south of Viareggio harbor). It is suitable for all those seeking exclusive entertainment.
  • Muraglione beach (beach near the Viareggio harbor dam). It is suitable for those who love sport fishing and are mainly frequented by young people and a place where parties and concerts are organized on the beach during the summer.
  • Viareggio beach is suitable for all those who are looking for an exclusive place to spend their holidays, Viareggio is the city that invented seaside tourism, and it is still possible to visit the Liberty-style beach resorts of the second half of the nineteenth century.
  • Viareggio Harbor is frequented by the most luxurious Yachts in the world, thanks to the shipyards that have always produced and launched their own boats here and have made the history of Italian Nautical. The harbor is also the starting point for daily cruises to the Cinque Terre and to reach the Sanctuary of the Dolphins.
  • Lido di Camaiore (beach North of Viareggio). It is suitable for families and with many places for young people.
  • Marina di Pietrasanta, (north of Lido di Camaiore). It is frequented by artists and intellectuals from all over the world.
  • Forte dei Marmi (the northernmost beach of Versilia). Ideal for those who want to spend a luxury holiday, it is frequented by VIPs from all over the world, where it is not uncommon to meet Arab princes, industrialists, Russian magnates, actors and famous football players.

Marina di Torre del Lago Puccini è una splendida località balneare in provincia di Lucca
e fa parte della rinomata Versilia.
È possibile raggiungere in pochissimo tempo tutte le maggiori Città d'Arte della Toscana.


The presence of natural and landscape environments different from each other, together with the mild climate, make Versilia a place suitable for any type of holiday - sea, sport, culture, nature and relax - and in every period of the year. Versilia is a strip of coast that extends for about twenty kilometers close to the Apuan Alps which includes, in addition to numerous smaller towns with extraordinary natural beauty and a rich history of events, seven municipalities: Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta and Viareggio on the coast line, Massarosa near Lake Massaciuccoli, Camaiore in the hills, Stazzema and Seravezza in the upper Versilia.
The hinterland contains small medieval villages, archaeological sites and Roman ruins and has a rich environmental heritage, enhanced and protected thanks to the presence of vast natural parks.

The leisure opportunities for time off are countless even off the beach.
The nearby Apuan Alps, for example, are the ideal place for lovers of trekking, mountain biking and adventurous climbing.

For quieter walks, but always in the name of nature and fun, Il Parco di Migliarino - San Rossore – Massaciuccoli, south of Versilia, offers the opportunity to cross all its different environments from the coastal pine forest to the salt marshes, to the lake - thanks to an organized network of trails without difficulty, also suitable for families with small children. The Park also organizes guided tours on horseback and by bicycle and boat trips to the Cetacean Sanctuary (where you can watch dolphins and whales in their natural environment, under the guidance of experienced and qualified personnel).

The most famous tourist destinations are all connected by cycle paths. From Torre del Lago, along the cycle path and the boulevards of the Parco di Migliarino, you can easily reach Viareggio and take advantage of the many opportunities that Versilia offers for shopping.
In addition to the classic boutiques there are several antique markets and craft shops that offer artifacts and articles of furniture in stone, marble, terracotta and wrought iron and small objects also in papier-mâché. There is a lot of food products such as oil, honey, flour and natural essences. In every season, Versilia also offers a rich program of folkloristic, musical and artistic events and shows. Among the best known are the Viareggio Carnival, the Versiliana (evening theater, drama, dance and concert performances) and the Puccini Festival in Torre del Lago, an important opera festival dedicated entirely to Giacomo Puccini and held every summer on the bank at Lake Massaciuccoli in an open-air theater. In Torre del Lago you can also visit the house where the master composed some of his most famous melodies - such as Manon Lescaut, La Bohème, Madama Butterfly and La fanciulla del West - and turned into a museum.


The campsite is 18 km from Pisa, famous for the Leaning Tower which makes it a city known throughout the world. Nevertheless there are many other attractions to spend a day. The city is home to one of the most important university institutions in Italy and Europe, the University of Pisa, the Scuola Normale Superiore and the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, as well as the largest headquarters of the National Research Council (CNR) and many other research institutes.

What see
Piazza dei Miracoli with the Leaning Tower, the Baptistery, the Duomo and the Camposanto, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, the Lungarni, the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo and that of the Sinopie, the Botanical Garden.

How to get there
By car: Take the Strada Statale 1 Aurelia or the A12 motorway. We recommend parking at the Via Pietrasantina car park (free)
By train: Frequent regional trains allow you to reach Pisa in just 20 minutes, directly from Torre del Lago station, 1 km from the campsite.
By bus: The F.lli Lazzi - Vaibus bus lines departing from Via Aurelia in Torre del Lago allow you to directly reach the heart of the city, Piazza dei Miracoli.

Special events Every year in June in Pisa there are traditional events linked to the celebration of the patron saint of the city, San Ranieri, and which are part of the so-called "June Pisano". If you are in Pisa in this period, don't miss the Luminara, the Regata of San Ranieri and the Gioco del Ponte in particular.

What to eat
The cecina, a cake made with chickpea flour, alone or inside the focaccia, or the famous fried pizza in a pan! If we want to sit at the table we recommend the Pisan Bordatino, the Pisan Mucco or the Pisan Codfish. As a dessert the traditional Torta co'bischeri or Torta ai pinoli of San Rossore.


The campsite is 27 km from Lucca, one of the most beautiful and loved cities of Tuscany, a stop that cannot really be missed in an itinerary to discover the region. Lucca is also called the city of 100 churches due to the considerable presence of churches within the town.

What see
Among the main attractions are the sixteenth-century walls, the botanical garden, the Cathedral of St. Martin, Piazza Anfiteatro, the Tower of the Hours and the Guinigi Tower and the National Art Gallery, housed at the famous Palazzo Mansi.

How to get there
By car: take the A11 from Pisa Nord and exit at Lucca east or west. The historic center of Lucca is closed to traffic, so once you arrive in the city, you need to park the car outside the walls, or follow the signs for parking inside the city.
By train: Regional trains from Viareggio allow you to reach Lucca in about 20 minutes. The Lucca station is located in Piazza Ricasoli, in front of Porta San Pietro, which represents one of the passages in the Walls through which to reach the city center.
By bus: From Torre del Lago in 30 minutes it takes you to Piazzale Verdi, inside the Walls.

How to visit it
Once you arrive you can decide to rent a bicycle not only to speed up the visit of the city, but also to make it even more special, introducing yourself in the pleasant habits of the inhabitants of the town. Alternatively you can stroll through the downtown streets and enjoy Lucca's enchanted beauty without haste.

Special events
During the summer there is the Lucca Summer Festival, a top-level musical event, with internationally renowned musicians and singers. In early November the Lucca Comics & Games is held, an event dedicated to the world of comics, cartoons, games and video games. Il Desco, one of the main events dedicated to food and wine, held during the first two weekends of December is a real itinerary of taste with quality local products.

What to eat
Among the traditional dishes, the Tordelli Lucchesi, the Spelled Soup and the Frantoiana Soup. For dessert the Torta d'erbi, the necci (made with chestnut flour) with ricotta or the famous buccellato of Lucca, the bread with raisins, one of the most characteristic local products of the city, with which the so-called lucchese soup, a dessert made with strawberries and cream.


From the camping you can easily reach Florence, which is only 100 km away. The city of Florence with its museums, palaces and churches, hosts some of the most important artistic treasures of the world. A magical, romantic city, the fulcrum of Italy's intellectual, artistic and cultural heritage, Florence is one of the few cities in the world to have its entire historic center listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. We also advise you to pass by Piazzale Michelangelo, which represents the most famous observation point of the city panorama, reproduced in countless postcards and a must for tourists visiting the city.

How to get there
By car: Take A11 from Pisa Nord. Once you arrive, to park the car we advise you not to go inside the city to avoid getting fines, but to follow the directions of the main car parks, which can also be booked online.
By train: The regional trains connect very well the Tuscan capital with Viareggio, which can be reached in just over 1 hour 20 minutes
By bus: The F.lli Lazzi - Vaibus bus lines departing from Piazza D’Azeglio, allow you to reach Florence directly, with several stops within the city.

How to visit:
Explore the city on foot, rather than by bicycle or bus (most of the historic center, in fact, is closed to vehicle traffic), will guarantee you a gait thanks to which you will be able to notice various hidden treasures

Special events:
The city calendar is full of events and festivals dedicated to typical products such as truffles, porcini mushrooms, chestnuts, extra virgin olive oil and wine. Other events, however, are dedicated to the ancient traditions. June is the best month to take a trip to the city. During June the Feast of the Patron is celebrated and also the game of the Calcio Storico Fiorentino is played, the most awaited match of the year and also the most fierce you have ever witnessed. In the city there will be crowds of curious people, including Florentines, visitors from all over Tuscany and foreign tourists, so be prepared to confront the crowd and witness something that you will never see elsewhere. Art exhibitions and cultural events that represent the soul and constitute the cultural identity of the city.

What to eat:
Florentine steak is definitely a must, but there are other traditional Florentine dishes such as cibreo, ribollita or peposo. As desserts the schiacciata fiorentina, typical of the carnival, served alone or accompanied by cream or chantilly cream. If you do not want to sit at the restaurant, many other fast and typical solutions are available in the numerous focaccerie and sandwich shops of the city, such as the famous All'Antico Vinaio.