Pietrasanta is a lovely medieval town known for its artistic tradition. It is named the Little Athens of Italy. Guess why? Thanks to the many international artists that chose it as their adopted country. You will find marble and bronze workshops, artists, and monuments.Read More
Anyway, I really love zucchini blossoms for their color, tenderness, exquisite taste and for their shape. They seem specifically created to be stuffed. Read More
A sunny Sunday afternoon is the perfect time to visit Forte dei Marmi for people who love walking around high-fashion “made in Italy” boutiques. Moreover, it is not only shopping but also an enchanting little town of Versilia, along the Mediterranean Sea and one of the most known and trendy seaside resorts in Tuscany and Italy.Read more
Lunigiana (in Latin Lunensis Ager) is the historical region between northern Tuscany, western Emilia Romagna and eastern Liguria, is one of my favourite territory of Tuscany. This mountainous region is crossed by the Magra river and covers an area that runs from the Tosco-Emiliano Appennines to the Mediterranean Sea.
Lunigiana today belongs in part to Tuscany and in part to Liguria. In the past Lunigiana was extended till the Versilia coastline and till the Serchio River Valley, not far from the town of Lucca. Read More