Information for holidays in Lunigiana and Italy
Lunigiana is the undiscovered northernmost tip of Tuscany and lies between
the coastal province of Liguria to the west and the Apennine mountains to the
north-east. To the south-east the region is dominated by the peaks of the Parco
Alpi Apuane beyond which are the Renaisance Cities of Florence, Pisa and Lucca.
Further information can be found in our Guide to Lunigiana
In this section we have also put together a range of Guides about towns and
villages in Lunigiana as well as a guide to holidays and tourism in Italy,
Useful Information about holidays in Italy -
A general guide detailing information for travelling to Italy; including
Embassies, Emergency numbers, Health
and Disability information, opening times and public holidays.
Towns and Villages
Aulla - Main commercial town in Lunigiana dominated by the Fortezza della
Brunella, a large fortress built in the 15th century.
Casola - Small hill village with stunning views over the surrounding valleys.
Fivizzano - A medieval town
that hosts an international music festival and Tango World, a celebration of
this passionate dance.
Fosdinovo - Small town with a 14th century Malaspina castle and stunning views
of the island of Elba.