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Camaiore is a Tuscan town which is divided between sea and mountains. Extends from the coast of the Ligurian Sea, where is Lido di Camaiore, up inland facing the Apuane Alps.

Inhabited since the time of the Neanderthals and urbanized during the Roman period, experienced a strong development during the middle ages. The victory of Lucca to Pisa, which controlled the territory, allowed Camaiore to turn himself in as a citizen. The whole area was protected by a wall of which only some ruins remain today.

The city is known as a seaside resort, popular and appreciated for your accommodations avant-garde and entertainment features. A walk along the "Pontile Bellavista Vittoria" at Lido di Camaiore allows you to enjoy the view shared by the coast on one side and the Apuan Alps on the other.



Camaiore is home to many traditional festivals: "La processione", a religious event where the passersby walking on particular rugs made with colored sawdust. A custom dating back to 1844 that the craftsmen of Camaiore handed down over the centuries. "Il Palio dei Rioni", challenge among the 16 districts of the town between athletic competitions, dances and folk songs. A bullfight that colors the summer of Camaiore between June and July. "Il Palio dell'Assunta". Parade to the sound of drums and folk music in memory of palio del 1402 where families challenged each other to conquer the coveted colored cloth.


Typical products

In addition to the fresh fish that you can enjoy in the resort of Lido di Camaiore, accompanied by fine Tuscan white wines, the town is famous for two pies: "torta di pepe", a pie stuffed with Swiss chard and rice, spicy, cinnamon and cheese Roman pepper; and "torta di cioccolato", which is different from the classical ones because, at the base of rice cooked in milk and custard, almonds, pine nuts are added and a few drops of Alkermes liqueur.


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