Don't know if its really a "must see"but it is pretty impressive. Don't like me be fool into thinking its marble caves - unfortunately cave doesn't translate as cave but mines... Anyway it was something different and it is where Michaelangelo got his first piece of marble for carving.more
This part of the Tyrrenian coast is very touristy and well-organized as for receptive structures. You will find plenty of the so-called BAGNI (bathing establishments). They usually have strange and odd names, mainly christian names (like "Bagno Maria") or places (like "Bagno Roma").more
Lunigiana is a very small mountain place between Emilia Romangna, Tuscany and Liguria, not far from sea but, actually in the hills.I visited Locanda Gavarini for Easter Day 2008; actually it was very very crowded (and it has 300 seats so when everything is full can be very noisy) and there was an already decided menu. I would have preferred to...more
The best way to go somewhere around Massa is riding a bike. In Marina di Massa there's a brand new cycling path which makes your rides much safer than before!!! :)
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Favorite thing: I like looking at the landscape! This is one of the views from the Malaspina castle and you can see a big part of the center of Massa, with the mountains on the back.