Peralta Tuscany

The surrounding area


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Full explanation of where we are located and the thing-to-do around Peralta. Example: Camaiore, restaurant, caffe shops, alimentari…

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focus on the walks and the views
With stunning views over the valley to the hills and sea beyond, and surrounded by olive groves, its stone walls covered with purple bougainvillaeas, lemon trees, jasmine, Peralta seems like a small paradise.

[We should talk a bit more about the many walks Peralta has just around, trying to attract people who like hiking, nature, birdwatching, etc]

we are surrounded by lovely walking country with marked trails through the olive groves and hills dense with chestnut trees and known for their wildflowers in spring and autumn. Walks range from 50 minutes to a delightful restaurant in an adjoining village (extremely popular with our guests), to a three-hour hike up to the peak of the Mount Prana above Peralta. A short car ride away takes you to a mountain river where it is lovely to picnic and enjoy the water on a hot summer day.

The hills and mountains around us are wonderful for walking and hiking in spring, early summer and autumn. Botanists are always excited by the range of wildflowers and bulbs.




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Golden beaches, an inland dotted with small villages and nature reserves waiting to be explored, a moderate climate and a nightlife full of performances and entertainment: this is the Versilia, a stretch of coastline that extends for 20 kilometres, neighbouring hills cultivated with rows of olive trees and vineyards, Lake Massaciuccoli and the peaks of the Apuan Alps, where archeological sites, Romanesque parish churches, medieval villages, fortresses and castles attest to the history of a territory inhabited since the Neolithic. In the summer, there are a great many beach goers and tons of events with writers, artists and performers. In the winter, literary fairs and film festivals draw experts and amateurs from all over.

The Versilia is filled with traces of the past that outline the main cities: Forte dei marmi, Pietrasanta and Viareggio along the coast, Massarosa near Lake Massaciuccoli, Camaiore in the hills, and Stazzema and Seravezza in the upper Versilia, along with several small towns that boast natural splendours, transforming the towns into something unexpected and wild.

The sea, mountain, hills, unending sandy beaches and dense Mediterranean vegetation are the contrasting elements that narrate the charm of an area that in the collective imagination has always been synonymous with entertainment, tourism and carefreeness. Thanks to the many historic-natural curiosities and a moderate climate, the Versilia can be visited at almost any time of the year, whether it be to its long beaches, the lush Apuan Alps or nature reserves, perfect for hiking and mountain biking. At the same time, the flat stretch behind the coastal towns offers the opportunity to go on relaxing walks through pine groves and cycling excursions along trails that are easy, but nonetheless stunning to see.

Whether it be by day or night, the Versilia offers entertainment, performances and fun activities, from the typical events to be found in this place where its summers have made it famous to the wide range of events throughout the rest of the year, be it the legendary Carnevale in Viareggio or the evocative Puccini Festival.


The beautiful walled city of Lucca is a 35-minute drive to the south. Motorway exit is 20 mins – day trips to Siena (2 hrs), . The Cinque Terre is one hour away – one can drive to La Spezia or Porto Venere and visit them by boat – the ferry service is frequent. Shopping in the area (Lucca/Florence/Forte Dei Marmi) is legendary! Airports: Pisa 45 mins – Florence 1 hr.20mins – Genoa 1 hr.40mins – Bologna 2hrs.

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