One of the most beautiful and best preserved medieval cities because it has managed to keep its historical and cultural soul intact.

Located in northern Tuscany, the province of Lucca extends into different areas: Versilia, which overlooks the Tyrrhenian Sea; the Garfagnana, located to the north-east on the border with Emilia Romagna; the Serchio Valley in the internal area and the plain of Lucca.

Landscapes and panoramas that follow one another creating magnificent scenarios: the Apuan Alps Park is the backdrop to the blue sea and the beaches of Versilia, while the expanses of hills covered with olive trees and woods dominate the panorama of the Garfagnana. The territory contains many other wonders: from Lake Massaciuccoli to the thermal springs of Bagni di Lucca, to the coastal dunes of the Migliarino San Rossore Massaciuccoli Natural Park.

The province is rich in traditions and history: thanks to its central position it has been for centuries a place of trade and has been crossed by the Via Francigena, the great medieval pilgrimage path along which villages, castles, abbeys and churches have sprung up.

Another face of the territory is the countryside around Lucca where splendid historic villas stand out, Villa Reale, Villa Torrigiani, Villa Mansi, surrounded by spectacular parks.

Testimonies like these coexist with the dimension of worldliness and fun that the Versilia resorts offer: Viareggio with its beaches and port, Lido di Camaiore, Pietrasanta and Forte dei Marmi, frequented and loved by Italian and foreign tourists.

From the coast to the hinterland, between art centers and seaside resorts, entertainment and culture, history and nature, the province of Lucca reserves many different attractions that make it unique and extraordinary.