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Versilia Coast Beaches - How does it work?

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Versilia Coast Beaches - How does it work?

Last August we spend great time in Punta Ala beach. This summer we intend to go to Versilia and would like to know if there are public beaches or if we have to pay to go to the beach. How does it work? Furthermore, which beach do you recommend.

Thanks a lot

stb

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1. Re: Versilia Coast Beaches - How does it work?

You chose which stabilmento you like the look of and pay to enter and use their stretch of beach. This will buy you sun loungers, umbrella, use of changing rooms, shower, bar, lifeguard. Pay per day or weekly or monthly. Forte dei Marmi is a very upmarket resort, then comes Viareggio, and then the others. For a non paying beach head for Torre del Lago, the areas you can access through the pine woods off the road that runs between Viareggio to Torre del Lago

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2. Re: Versilia Coast Beaches - How does it work?

an interesting area a bit south of the versilia is the marina di vecchiano beach...free beach inside the natural park...look: pisaunicaterra.it/en/Seaside/marina-di-vecch…

cheers

silvia

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3. Re: Versilia Coast Beaches - How does it work?

northern forte dei marmi you find the Cinquale and Ronchi area, a bit cheaper but same services and beach!

4. Re: Versilia Coast Beaches - How does it work?

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