: Pisa international airport
Massarosa is a nice little town of Versilia area - here you can find all services, qualified shops (with local food and wine specialities), many pizzerias and restaurants with traditional Tuscany cooking. His history is very old and interesting. From here you can reach very interesting destinations such as Lucca (30min by car), Pisa (30min.), Firenze (90min), Carrara and Marble Quarries (45min),Viareggio and the beaches of Versilia (10 min), Cinque Terre (60min), Siena and his lands (120min); all those places have their particular history and several monuments and museums to see. Moreover, the Versilia area offers in a little territory, a very interesting whole of different small cities and mountain villages easy to reach by car in a few minutes and a natural park where you can find the characteristic flora and the fauna of our geographic area. Panoramas, nature, history, good foods and wines: all at your disposal for an enjoyable holiday.
Golf: Versilia Golf Resort, Forte dei Marmi, Tuscany. A few words that sum up a whole world.The golf club that here, in this charming area suspended between the Apuan Alps and the Tyrrhenian Sea. Designed by Marco Croze, it was inaugurated in 1990: its 18 holes (par 71, 5873 metres, course rating for men 71,7, slope rating 123) unfold in splendid countryside, among bunkers and water hazards.
Ski: Abetone (mt 1388 ASL) derives its name from a huge fir, so great that it can not even be embraced by six people with outstretched arms, which was demolished to make way for the eighteenth road Modenese. Before then, the town was known as Boscolungo name today identifies a fraction of the municipal district (mt 1378 asl). If the history of the first inhabited dell'Abetone is closely linked to each other via the Modenese, the Apennine ridges around since ancient times were affected by major roads link. They are in fact known at least since Roman itineraries transappenninici that traverse mountains of Pistoia, connecting the north and south of the peninsula: it seems that Hannibal has used these ways to get in Etruria. Although we do not know the exact pass chosen by the Carthaginian leader, a tradition identify with the local high Val di Luce (mt 1512 asl), northwest dell'Abetone, where it is located, m. 1798 quota, so-called Step of Hannibal.