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Piana di Lucca

The Plains of Lucca: we often read that the “lucchesi” (the people of Lucca) have created their landscape “as if they had no other worry apart from beauty”, a varied and generous landscape, rich in both life and tranquillity, woodland paths, valleys, lawns and picturesque villages.

A green and historical island situated in the centre of North-West Tuscany which enjoys an enviable position, just a few minutes from the Versilia coast, less than an hour by car from Florence, bordering with Pisa, and surrounded by the Apennine mountains and the foothills of the Apuane range.

The Plains of Lucca, also called “Lucchesia” is a flat area which extends around the Renaissance-era walls of the city of Lucca.

From a historical/artistic point of view the historic centre of Lucca is of inestimable value, as are the numerous villas scattered around the area near the city (surrounded by evocative gardens with sculptures and water features), some of which are open to the public.

“Lucchesia” offers its visitors a simple, genuine cuisine prepared with imagination and originality, thanks to climate and setting which provide an abundance of high quality products.