On the coast of Versilia, only 650 m from the sea, between the wonderful Cinque Terre and seaside resorts like Forte dei Marmi or Viareggio, camping Taimì offers many opportunities to those who want to enjoy a holiday by the sea.
For your holidays at the sea, you can choose one of the many establishments that liven up the coast, or you can enjoy the natural charm of the free beaches of Massa. Thanks to lush vegetation and to the cool pine forests that frame the sandy beach, you can enjoy a wonderful holiday at sea. At a short distance from the Camping you can visit the magnificent Cinque Terre and plunge into their sea; five villages perched on hills with beautiful terraces sloping towards the sea: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. For your holidays at the beach in Tuscany choose Camping Taimi, our Camping in Partaccia immersed in a mediterranean pine forest close to the sea.
Outdoor tourism in Partaccia, location between Marina di Massa and Marina di Carrara, is alive and dynamic and those staying at this Camping will find all the facilities to spend an unforgettable holiday.
Partaccia is a large and colorful tourist area known throughout Europe; as well as offering guests sunshine and sea. Partaccia is a good starting point for excursions in the Apuan Alps, in the magnificent Cinque Terre and at the beautiful Tuscany’s cities of art. Staying in our Camping in Partaccia you can find in 100 meters a Bakery, a Mini Market and a typical Bazaar where for all your needs for the holiday.
You can also rent a bicycle from a shop 500 meters from the campsite.
The restaurants and bars which enliven the tourist area of Partaccia are located within short walking distance from the Campsite.
For your holiday at the sea, you can choose one of the numerous beach resorts animating the coast or enjoy the natural charm of the free beaches of Partaccia.
For run lovers, there is the Park Ugo Pisa in Partaccia, a pine forest in front of the sea, with paths for most protected from the sun.
Near the pine forest is located the Marina Tower, built by Fiat in 1933 and of which there is a twin in Sestriere.
A large driveway connects Marina di Massa to the coast of Versilia, until Viareggio. A bike path connects Marina di Massa to Forte dei Marmi.
MARINA DI CARRARA
A few kilometers from the Campsite there is Marina di Carrara, a pleasant tourist town and easily accessible by bicycle. The wharf area located next to the port has been recently renovated. The area is only for pedestrians, with a nice round square, reminding an amphitheatre, and a central sculpture in memory of seafarers. Everything of course in Carrara white marble. Near the Camping, Marina di Carrara is often the scene of numerous events and exhibitions. Not far away there is Carrara, known around the world for its fine white marble that is extracted from the mountains of the Apuan Alps at the foot of which the city stands. Carrara of millennial quarrymen; Carrara of sculptors; Carrara of anarchists; Carrara as borderland, between Tuscany, Emilia Romagna and Liguria. Between the places to visit, Piazza Alberica, the Duomo of St. Andrea, Piazza d’Armi, now Piazza Gramsci, overlooked by the majestic fortified Cybo-Malaspina Palace, home of the prestigious and historic Academy of Fine Arts. Choose Camping Taimi to have relaxing and funny holidays!
MARINA DI MASSA
From our camping in Marina di Massa, it’s easy to reach the nearby resorts.
In Marina di Massa you can spend pleasant hours walking and admiring from the historic pier, a terrace overlooking the sea, the scenery of the Apuan Alps up to Piazza Bad Kissingen, with the murble sculpture “Le vele”.
Numerous are the events enliving Marina di Massa and animating this little resort town. There are plenty of restaurants and bars where you can spend a pleasant evening with friends.
Those who love oper-air sports, would enjoy the Ugo Pisa Sport Park, offering a path in a pine forest facing the sea, within short walking distance from the campsite.
From Marina di Massa starts a large driveway which connects the coast of Versilia to Viareggio. A cycle lane connects Marina di Massa to Forte dei Marmi.
At the foot of the mountains, between the Apuan Alps and the Tyrrhenian Sea, you can find Massa, a Tuscany town with less than 70,000 inhabitants. The heart of the historical center is Piazza Aranci, recently restored and closed to traffic. The Square is overlooked by the majestic Palazzo Ducale. The centre of Massa is definitely worth to be visited. The old town centre offers many clubs and restaurants, and during the day you can follow a path from Piazza Aranci to Malaspina Castle from where you can admire the sea.
We will be happy to give you all the information about all the initiatives and events which animate the summer in Massa.
Not far from the Campsite there is Forte dei Marmi, a seaside resort that takes its name from the fort that lies at the heart of the city, built by Grand Duke Peter Leopold to defend the landing, and from the marbles of the Apuan Alps, which were transported to the wharf and then took the sea route.
Today Forte is known for its mundane activities.
For your bike ride, a bike path connects Marina di Massa with Forte dei Marmi.
Nearby there is Viareggio, another important tourist resort of Versilia, with its promenade which is the most monumental and most valuable artistic setting for the quality and quantity of buildings of architectural interest.
To visit the enchanting Pietrasanta rich in history and art workshops that gave life to the works of the most famous international sculptors. (Link to Cities of art)
Since the beginning of ‘900 Versilia became the place chosen by artists and writers, including the poet Gabriele D’annunzio who stayed here for a long time with the actress Eleonora Duse. Gabriele D’annunzio wrote in Versilia ,between 1896 and 1902, the famous opera Alcyone which is a kind of diary of the summer in Versilia.
Numerous are the theatrical and cultural festivals and the international shows which enliven Versilia. During July and August take place in Torre del Lago the Puccini Festival (link http://www.puccinifestival.it) one of the world’s most important festival, dedicated to the composer Giacomo Puccini, inspired by the places he saw to write his immortal melodies.
For those looking for a campsite in Versilia a few meters from the beach, camping Taimi is a great option!
You could relax in the private space of your pitch, in nature and enjoy the lively nights of Versilia!
You should visit Portovenere near Cinque Terre, a small village by the sea located on the western shore of the Gulf of Poets.
A beautiful walk through the village, leads to the Church of St. Peter and to the Byron cave, dedicated to the famous English poet. A headstone commemorates a legendary Lord Byron’s swimming crossing, made in 1822, from Portovenere to neighbouring Lerici, to reach his friend Percy B. Shelley and his wife Mary who were staying in the village of San Terenzo.