Villa news -> Villas to Rent on the Tuscany Coast
The Tuscan Riviera, also called Versilia, is situated in the west of Italy where are the Tyrrhenian and the Ligurian seas along with high mountains and shining white peaks. It is immersed in the green shoreline, framed by a wide sandy beach. On the tops of local mountains there is a walled harbor resort, no snow in summer - it's marble. Even in Roman times the Carrara marble was considered an ideal material in sculpture and architecture, and the first villas of the Roman nobility in Versilia fobbed off by it.
The mild climate, the healthy air of pine forests, the crystal clear sea, the fine sand create the ideal conditions for rest, and from all times, all summer residences had been built here, on the Riviera. This trend persisted till nowadays. In Versilia, there are three characteristics or features. The first, the components of its resorts have no clear boundaries between each other, although each has its own face. Secondly, all the villas are located at some distance from the sea along the waterfront, and thirdly, the beaches belong to the special premium. The cultural and social life is Viareggio, stretched along the waterfront with dozens of upscale shops of the best companies, bars and fish restaurants. Lido di Camaiore is good for its democratic character and simplicity. And Forte dei Marmi affects with peace and elegance. Most of the Italian celebrities rest here, in this zone.
The Versilia resorts are an ideal place for cultural and educational recreation. From here you can visit cities like Florence, Pisa, Siena, Lucca, the Chianti region (where they make the famous Italian wine), Arezzo, "Park of Pinocchio" in the deck with the statues of heroes of the famous book that are so loved by children around the world. The lovers of nightlife await discos, night clubs and disco bars. In the cozy bars and restaurants you can sample the Tuscan cuisine. You will be offered as simply prepared, delicious meals and: fresh salads, roasted vegetables on the grate and mushrooms, a variety of dishes of beans, soups, fresh vegetables and fish, feta cheese, firm and sweet, of course, the famous Tuscan wines.