val di magra and lunigiana tours
It is difficult to draw the borders of the Val di Magra and Lunigiana, charming hinterland of the Cinque Terre. Our Lunigiana tours will guide you in this important historical region constellated with Middle Age castles and archeological sites, which covers a mountain area and runs from the Apuan Alps in the Appennines to the Mediterranean Sea, nowadays in part Tuscany and in part Liguria. It takes its name from Luni, a Roman town, which thanks to its port for the tranport of Carrara marble became the main urban center on the northern Tuscan coast. Some think the name Luni means "Lunae", moon, which was even more attractive when framed by the white-peaked Apuan Alps and high Apennine mountains.
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