Camaiore is a small town in Tuscany stretches from the beautiful peaks of the Apuan Alps to the Tyrrhenian Sea and located at the center of Versilia.
Camaiore is a small town in Tuscany, which stretches from the beautiful peaks of the Apuan Alps to the Tyrrhenian Sea, located at the center of an area full of charm and tradition: the Versilia. Its territory can be ideally divided into four main areas: the hills of Seimiglia, the city with its valley, the plain of Capezzano and Lido di Camaiore with the beaches.
A Camaiore you can find a wide combination of landscapes that make the place unique in the world with scenarios ranging from the sea to the hills, from the mountains to the lake, from the beach to the Apuan Park. The territory of Camaiore includes 24 villages and among these the most famous is Lido di Camaiore with resort of sandy beaches. Deserve special consideration all hilly settlements, rich in history, traditions and wonderful landscapes.
The beaches of Lido di Camaiore With its four km of smooth sandy beaches, Lido di Camaiore has since the early '900 one of the most popular seaside holiday resort in Italy. Our hotel is only a few kilometers from the sea. The beach is wide and welcoming, and behind the seafront there are a number of shops for shopping and for nightlife venues. In front of Piazza Lemmetti there is a public beach with showers, toilets and shadow points, so as to allow everyone to enjoy the sea and sun.
The hills of Camaiore The Camaiore hills are a paradise for hikers, for nature lovers and for lovers of art and history.
For lovers of active holidays a wide choice of excursions in the Apuan Alps and visit of the characteristic hill small villages. Only the views that can be admired from the ancient village of Monteggiori or from the village of Casoli. For those who are looking for the traditions of the past, it is worth a visit Gombitelli, linguistic island and the country today known for its hand-crafted nails and traditional sausages, or even walk the route of the mills of the river Lombricese. Lovers of historical and artistic beauties have that indulge themselves by visiting the Pieve di Camaiore (splendid example of Romanesque church built on an existing and already mentioned in the year 817), Abbey Gello or one of the other monuments, mostly Religious, which is littered the Camaiore hinterland.