Versilia Tuscany sea
Versilia is the part of north-western Tuscany, within the province of Lucca, bordered to the north by the river of Seravezza and to the south by the ancient fort of Motrone, includes the territories of the towns of Pietrasanta, Forte dei Marmi, Seravezza, Stazzema . Today, in common use, the basin of Camaiore and the coastal plain that extends to Viareggio  are also misleading.
The coastal coast has a strong tourist vocation with an extensive sandy coastline and a lively social activity. Some municipalities, in particular Pietrasanta have focused a lot on cultural tourism, which has led to a very diversified tourism in the area compared to the past, which sought essentially relaxation and fun disengaged.
The beach of the Versilia Riviera has always been renowned throughout Europe, due to the wide spaces it offers with fine golden sand, and long areas for relaxing walks along the coast. For the equipment, the wide spaces, the pleasant climate and the well-equipped bathing establishments equipped with maximum comfort, this coastline is considered one of the best in Italy. There is also a high level of use of bicycles, with special cycle paths.
Since the sixties, with the advent of the economic boom, Versilia becomes a holiday destination. There are many historical places like the Capannina di Franceschi, some have also been cult movie sets. In Pietrasanta you can see large statues of famous artists on the streets, including: Fernando Botero (who has a studio there), Igor Mitoraj, Jean-Michel Folon and Yasuda Kan. Going to Forte dei Marmi you can walk among different windows of famous shops.