Tours and Events
Discover the local area
Lose yourself in the exploration of one of the most beautiful parts of Tuscany.
Your journey doesn’t end at the Hotel Stella della Versilia: go out there and explore the neighbouring area.
Visit the most fascinating places in Tuscan and Ligurian cities, unveil the secrets, the traditions, the customs of these fantastically colourful lands.
Book a transfer and organise a dream itinerary to explore the entire Apuan coastline.
Here are some marvelous destinations that you can explore in the local area.
The Marble Quarries of Carrara
Your tour to Tuscany begins here.
Only ten kilometres from our hotel, it’s possible to go on a tour inside the picturesque marble quarries of Carrara.
The white tunnels that have been dug out of the rocks became a UNESCO World heritage site in 2015 and they have their roots in roman history: it was in fact from here that the ancient architects extracted the marble used to build the most famous monuments.
Let yourself be cloaked in the pure and blinding beauty of the marble walls.
Book a tour inside this fascinating landscape without time.
Le Cinque Terre
Nestled between the sea and the mountains, the Cinque Terre are one of the most pristine and characteristic places in Italy.
Five small and brightly coloured seaside villages are situated on the wild, rocky ligurian coastline. A magical place that has panoramic pathways, alleys filled with the scent of the sea, bays, beaches and crystal clear waters. A charming place, unique in the world, that is part of our heritage.
Stop off at our Hotel, discover all the itineraries and visit this charming, iconic part of the world.
Mercato del Forte
Only six kilometres from the Hotel, the Mercato del Forte dei Marmi is one of those things that you can’t miss during your stay in Versilia.
Feel like shopping in the open air?
Lose yourself in the fantastic markets stalls and let yourself be charmed by the quality products on offer: clothes, shoes, lingerie, leather goods, jewellery and swimming costumes are but a few of the precious items that you can find in this historical and enchanting little market.
A real high-end boutique in the open air.
You can visit the market in Piazza Marconi every Wednesday over the course of the year from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM and every Sunday from Easter to the end of October.
Rich in medieval atmosphere, Lucca is one of Italy’s most fascinating historic centers.
The imposing walls embrace it and offer a breathtaking panorama of the entire city: stroll over them and dive into the alleys rich in history and set in greenery.
Visit its towers and discover the palaces that grace the urban center. The city comes alive throughout the year with unmissable events involving music, film, comics and art. Stop by this fabulous center and find out what to do in Lucca.
Pisa has become world famous thanks to the Leaning Tower in Piazza dei Miracoli, the symbol of the city.
Climb to the top of this imposing monument and enjoy the view of the city. But the surprises don’t end there. Leave the Tower behind and continue through the historic center, getting lost in the colorful streets to discover new monuments and buildings at every corner. The birthplace of Galileo Galilei welcomes you in a riot of history.
Known as the cradle of art and history, Florence hides a new wonder at every street corner.
Ancient palaces, sculptures in every square, museums full of art: strolling through the streets is an extraordinary experience, guaranteed by the ease with which you can visit the historic center on foot.
Start your route from Florence Cathedral, admire Brunelleschi’s Dome, take a walk on Ponte Vecchio: get lost in the streets, letting yourself be enveloped by the scents of Tuscan cuisine and the history that permeates every corner.
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The Hotel Stella della Versilia offers its guests a transfer service. Guests can book transfers to the destinations that they would like to visit.
Reception, open 24/7, will provide all the necessary information on the availability and costs of this service.