lido di camaiore

Camaiore Lido: sea, beaches and what to see

Those who want to know the true heart of Versilia cannot fail to take Camaiore Lido as their next destination. Beloved by Tuscans but also by many tourists, this destination is perfect for those who are looking for wide and well-equipped beaches, top-notch tourist facilities and many amenities.

Discovering Camaiore: holidays in Versilia

Camaiore is located in the province of Lucca and, to be precise, is close to some of the best-known towns in this part of Tuscany such as Viareggio and Marina di Pietrasanta.

Camaiore Lido is, specifically, the seaside area of the town. Over the years, in fact, Camaiore has become known not only for its ancient village but also for its wide sandy beach that attracts families with children, groups of friends, and couples looking for a relaxing weekend every year. The crystal-clear sea and the view of the Apuan Alps give this town its characteristic appearance.

Tuscans love Camaiore Lido and frequent it as soon as possible. However, the last few years have also seen an increase in tourists from all over Italy and even from abroad.

Beaches and sea in Camaiore Lido

What are the most beautiful beaches in Camaiore Lido? In this area, the beaches are wide and long, with fine white sand.

The entire coastline of Camaiore Lido is low and sandy, as is the seabed. This is why every area of the town is perfect for going to the beach, especially when travelling with small children.

The sandy beaches of Versilia are renowned for being family friendly and those of Camaiore are certainly no different. Here, there are many well-equipped lidos and beautiful bathing establishments that offer every type of comfort to tourists.

What to see in Camaiore

Camaiore’s pier is undoubtedly one of the town’s distinctive attractions. The area is full of bars and clubs that allow one to experience moments of pure relaxation with a breathtaking view. From breakfast to aperitifs and dinner, this area of Camaiore Lido offers much to tourists.

Walking around Camaiore allows one to discover the medieval soul of the town. Camaiore’s town wall had 13 towers and four gates. One is still standing and it is the Porta di San Pietro (Saint Peter’s Gate) in the middle of the historic centre. A small piece of the ancient walls can be seen next to the gate.

Also beautiful is the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria Assunta, which is the city’s main place of worship and a beautiful example of Romanesque architecture. There is also the Museum of Sacred Art in town, which is well worth a visit, as are all the churches and chapels that dot the historical centre of Camaiore.

For those who want to visit the surroundings of Lido di Camaiore, we recommend the beautiful Viareggio, known for its Carnival, and Marina di Pietrasanta. Two destinations that tell a lot about Versilia and are among the most beautiful in the whole of Tuscany.





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