Versilia offers a wide choice of beaches for all tastes. The striking lake where Giacomo Puccini made up his works, a wonderful natural park and the amazing Apuane, true mountains facing the sea.

Viareggio's beaches

The Viareggio coastline is one of the most famous in Italy, and it has been awarded Europe’s Blue Flag for many years due to its fine sand and the quality of its waters. The equipped beach establishments offer all kinds of amenities.

Darsena Beach

On the other side of the port and before the free beach zone, there is an equipped beach area with huge open spaces and fantastic amenities. The area is ideal for long walks, where you can fully relax in the utmost tranquillity.

Lecciona's beach

Lecciona is a free beach that is part of the Natural Park Migliarino, San Rossore and Massaciuccoli; five kilometres of wild beach, woods and trails in one of the most beautiful and interesting parks in Italy.

The Park

Discover a park with unique features, stretching from the sea to the mountains. 24,000 hectares of nature with extremely interesting flora and fauna.

The Lake

From his villa on the shore of this enchanting lake, Giacomo Puccini composed his most famous works, from Madame Butterfly to Tosca and Boheme. Today it is also home to the famous Puccini Festival.

The Apuan Alps

Mountains with trails and shelters for hiking and adventure enthusiasts, with picturesque caves and small villages near the sea.