A stop in Casoli will allow us to admire the uniqueness of its graffiti on the walls of the houses.
Walking through the village you will find unique ones, which tell the ancient traditions and
culture of the Casolino people.
Take a break from the seaside crowds and venture into the Chianti hills without the hassle of navigating the winding country roads with this tour from Viareggio. Enjoy a scenic drive to the village of Vinci, where you can visit Leonardo da Vinci’s birthplace. Then meet the winemakers at a nearby estate for a tour followed by a private tasting of four wines paired with olive oil and other local specialties.
See a side of Tuscany that many visitors miss—and discover one origin of the region’s artistic heritage—when you book a small-group tour to the Carrara marble quarries. Within view of the Apuan Alps and home to famously pure marble (which was once used by sculptors the likes of Michelangelo), the quarries are still functional today. Go on a behind-the-scenes tour to learn how the stone is sourced. Complement your trip with a visit to the village of Colonnata, where you’ll taste its famed lardo: cured pork fat.
Explore the beautiful Chianti region on this small-group tour from Lucca. Travel by minivan to the hills of Tuscany to sample local wines from a few historic cellars. Learn about the wine-making process as you sip on the world-famous wines. Then sit down to a delicious Tuscan lunch at a local farmhouse and enjoy more wine tastings before heading back to Lucca.
Explore the idyllic coastal countryside of Versilia without the hassle of a guidebook or map with this guided cycling tour from Lido di Camaiore. Pedal along the seaside as far as Viareggio, then turn inland through shaded pine groves rich in wildlife to reach Torre del Lago. Take a break to admire the view and try to spot deer, wild boar, and herons before the ride back to the starting point.
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Frequently Asked QuestionsQ:What are the best Half-day Tours in Versilia?
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