Massa Travel Guide

  • Avenue leading to fort on top -ruins that is.
    Avenue leading to fort on top -ruins...
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  • Pictoral view from the top near the fort
    Pictoral view from the top near the fort
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  • The fort
    The fort
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Massa Things to Do

  • Fort Marmi

    This is a nice fort and looks like it was historically taken care of. Unfortunately, the day we were there, it was closed.

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  • Cave di Marmo

    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.

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  • Beach at Marina di Massa

    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").

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Massa Hotels

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  • Daisy

    Via Verona 12, Massa, 54100, Italy

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Dany

    Via del Falasco, 4, Massa, 54037, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Il Castelletto

    Via dei Colli 71, Massa, 54100, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

Massa Restaurants

  • Luniagiana's style

    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...

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  • Lilia's cakes

    Lilia is a nice and kind ukrainian woman I know in Massa. As you can see from the picture, she makes wonderful cakes! Unfortunately, she doesn't sell her delicatessen but they're great gift for us!

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  • Fish, fish, fish... and more fish!

    I had Tagliolini all' aragostella, but I suggest to taste all the rest. Their speciality dishes are Tagliatelle al ragù di mare, Gnocchetti al filetto di sogliola, Seppia alla piastra and Spaghetti allo scoglio.

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Massa Transportation

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    Cycling in Marina di Massa

    by Sarita76 Written Jul 26, 2003

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    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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Massa Local Customs

  • Cats

    Cultural guidance??? :)) Mmmm, it's just that I have at least a cat or a dog for every location here on VT... So, let me introduce this cute cat from Marina di Massa :) Meeeoooow!

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  • Sand sculptures

    I've seen these sand sculptures a lot of times but I thought this one on the beach of Marina di Massa was very enchanting because of the nightscene and the lights all around it!

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  • Massa Hotels

    6 Hotels in Massa

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Massa Favorites

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    Massa - View from the Malaspina castle

    by Sarita76 Updated Jul 31, 2003

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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.

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    • Castles and Palaces
    • Hiking and Walking

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