Lunigiana, located in northern Tuscany, at the crossroads of wonderful tourist destinations such as the Gulf of Poets, the Apuan Alps, Versilia, the Cinque Terre and the numerous Tuscan cities of art, has not yet been discovered by mass tourism.
It is a land to travel, discover, taste, to live a quality holiday in harmony with nature.
This territory, one of the richest in history and tradition, takes its name from Luni, an important centre in Roman times.
Along the Via Francigena, one of the oldest and, for many centuries, of the most popular routes to reach Rome from all over Europe, pilgrims, merchants and armies have left traces of their passage in castles, churches and walled villages that still characterize an intact and almost impregnable natural landscape.
Castles, parish churches and Romanesque churches, medieval villages and aristocratic buildings follow one another in a journey between history and hospitality, which gives strong emotions everywhere: summer and winter sports facilities, spa treatments, hiking and speleological interest, alternating with folklore and local traditions are the ingredients to enrich the tourist attractions of a strip of land suspended between the mountains and the sea, where the environment still retains the rural and unspoiled character of the past and life flows simply on ancient rhythms pervaded by a great quiet.
It is the perfetc place to spend a holiday, but also the ideal place to live.
Come to Lunigiana, turn the pages of this land and let yourself be inspired by its stories.