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Surroundings of Lido di Camaiore

Lido di Camaiore

Lido di Camaiore is one of the most famous seaside holiday locations in Italy with more than four kilometres of beach. It offers a family holiday in serene and relaxing surroundings, and for non sea lovers, the chance to enjoy the nearby mountains and cities of art of Pisa, Lucca and Florence.

Forte dei Marmi

Forte dei Marmi is a well known seaside resort, with numerous restaurants, discotheques and related activities. Its name comes from the marble of the Apuan Alps and the fort of the same name which rises above the town.

Massa Carrara

Massa-Carrara may be divided into 2 geographical areas: the first is the coastal part, consisting of the Riviera of the municipalities of Massa, Carrara and Montignoso; the second part, the inland part of the area, consists of Lunigiana.

Pietrasanta

Pietrasanta is the site of many monuments such as: the San Martino cathedral, the suspended church of Sant’Agostino devoted to Saint Augustine, the Torre delle Ore and the town theatre. Next to the archway of the Porta a Pisa (the ancient gateway in the walls leading to Pisa) is the Rocchetta Arrighina, while the main town square contains the Marzocco fountain and column of the same name, the Palazzo Panichi Carli and the Canapone (a monument to Leopoldo II). The archaeological museum located in Palazzo Moroni is also worth a visit.

Torre del Lago

Torre del Lago is a famous summer tourist spot, and thanks to its discotheques and the beach of Lecciona it is the lynchpin of the Friendly Versilia project and is also the site of the operatic Puccini Festival, at which the works of the composer are performed in an open air theatre on the lake of Massaciuccoli.

San Giuliano Terme

San Giuliano Terme is close to both the sea and the mountains, and offers opportunities for horse riding, cycling and trekking trips. The town is situated between the two art cities of Lucca and Pisa, and is the ideal place for a completely calm and relaxing holiday. As one can guess from the name, there are also the ancient thermal baths (Terme), discovered in the Roman era, which currently offer a vast range of wellbeing treatments.

Pisa

The most famous monuments of Pisa include the Piazza dei Miracoli (a worldwide heritage site) and its cathedral built from white and coloured marble. Behind the cathedral the characteristic Leaning Tower of Pisa may be seen and admired.

Lucca

Lucca is one of the most famous art cities of Italy. The area boasts a huge number of medieval churches (giving rise to the nickname “city of 100 churches”), bell towers and Renaissance towers and palaces. Lucca is also famous abroad, above all for its still intact fifteenth to seventeenth century city wall. The city also offers charming urban spaces such as the Piazza dell’Anfiteatro, founded on the ruins of a Roman amphitheatre. The main throughway of the old town is the narrow and medieval via Fillungo.

Collodi

Collodi is a small medieval village, linked to Carlo Lorenzini, the author of Pinocchio. In the village it is possible to admire the ancient Rocca (castle), the aristocratic Villa Garzoni and garden of the same name and the park dedicated to Pinocchio. Collodi has been awarded the orange flag by the Touring Club Italiano.

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testimonial

This spot was great. I originally booked for an Annex room but when I arrived they upgraded me (with no extra cost) to a room on the second floor with a view of the sea. Splendid.

Everyone was really nice and the location is fantastic. Things are quiet in the beginning of the week in October, I don’t know how the weekends are but the weather and water were perfect still. I recommend going here at this time if you prefer less busy beaches and don’t mind not going out every night.

ErmaMarie

TripAdvisor
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We stayed here for a short break of 4 nights. Very close to beach – about a 30 second walk across the road! We stayed in the annex at the back which suited us. It was basic but clean with a comfortable bed. Staff were very friendly and helpful at all times. Breakfast was simple but nice, eaten in a big bright dining room. It’s a bit of a walk into town – about 40 mins. But we hired bicycles (we got a discount through hotel) which was great. Bicycle lanes were really good, no cycling on the roads at all. Lots of restaurants, cafes and shops in the immediate vicinity. We would definitely return again one day!

Ruth

Expedia.com
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The staff are very welcoming and informative especially following the social distancing procedures and cleanliness. Beach front rooms have a spectacular view, wifi was perfect for smart working on the terrace near reception, sound proof rooms, breakfast was fresh and on time, everyday the maid service changed my towels and cleaned, English spoken staff, 24 hour reception service, entrance gate always locked, walking distance to the bus and facilities, all guests receive discounts for certain beach front umbrella service and restaurants. I will definitely return again!!

Tania

Booking.com
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Polite staff, very clean and the elderly cleaning lady was very friendly. The prize was very reasonable too. Return is a must. Best moment was watching sunset from the balcony and sea view. Location is best!!

Lockwoodk

TripAdvisor