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What to see in Forte dei Marmi

One destination, many identities


Endless beaches overlooking the Ligurian Sea, just a short drive from the Apuan Alps. Fine golden sand. An exclusive seaside resort where nature, history, wellness, luxury, and traditions come together to offer something for everyone. Forte dei Marmi, the Pearl of Versilia, is a destination with many facades, gradually revealing itself to those who know how to look. If you're wondering where to start, here are some tips to fully immerse yourself in this enchanting destination.

The Infinite Beaches of Forte dei Marmi

In a visit to Forte dei Marmi, it's impossible not to start with the wide sandy beaches, dotted with beach clubs and bathing establishments. Popular among tourists seeking relaxation or fun, they are also known and frequented by sports enthusiasts and surfers.

Our Beach Club, located in the heart of the Versilia coast, combines the tranquillity of an exclusive space, equipped with every comfort, with the characteristic beauty of the Versilia coastline.

A romantic walk on the Pier of Forte dei Marmi

Not far from the beach, the pier of Forte dei Marmi is the meeting point par excellence for those who love romantic walks at sunset or for photography enthusiasts.

A Luxury City Centre

A short walk from the hotel, you will encounter the coolest soul of the city. Elegant and iconic, the city centre is full of luxury boutiques and trendy venues. Here, every stroll becomes an opportunity to discover the latest trends or enjoy an aperitif in one of the many exclusive lounge bars.

A Walk through the History of Forte dei Marmi

Beyond its fame as a centre of nightlife and luxury, Forte dei Marmi offers unforgettable glimpses of history. The Roma Imperiale district is home to noble villas and enchanting gardens such as Casa Mann Borghese, Villa Agnelli, and Villa Antonietta, or the house-museum of sculptor Ugo Guidi in Vittoria Apuan.

Don't forget to visit the "Fortino," built in the 18th century by Grand Duke Pietro Leopoldo, from which the city takes its name.

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