Lunigiana is a picturesque hilly region located between Tuscany and Liguria. Sarzana, a historic town, is known for its medieval walls and charming old town. Luni, an ancient Roman colony, preserves interesting archaeological ruins, including an amphitheater and thermal baths. Here you can enjoy the Vermentino a fresh and aromatic white wine that reflects the character of the region, offering notes of citrus and flowers. Exploring Lunigiana means immersing oneself in a land of history, culture, and breathtaking landscapes, enriched by a fantastic enogastronomic experience.
Olive trees in Tuscany

Tuscany – Cinque Terre, Wine + Olive Oil (Full Day)

The Gulf of Poets, toward “Lvnae Cellar”, famous for its Vermentino, Liguria’s star grape v...


Shopinn Outlet Village + Ancient Sarzana (Half Day)

Dozens of bargains in the 70 outlet shops. Move on to Sarzana. The archaeological finds from the exc...

Roman amphitheater in Luni

Portovenere or Lerici + Luni + Sarzana (Full Day)

The ancient Roman city of Luni, and in villages scattered in the hills of the Riviera of La Spezia....


Porto Venere or Lerici + Sarzana (Half Day)

The bay, windy storms, three islands, a gulf, many medieval villages, each with its own identity, al...

Porto Venere or Lerici + Lunigiana (Full Day)

Nature, Culture, Food & Wine, History. Visiting Portovenere and the Lunigiana means discovering a la...