Marina di Pisa

Marina di Pisa: All you need to know

It is a sea-side resort located at only 11km from Pisa. It can be reached taking the Viale D’Annunzio, which follows the bank of the Arno river. This inhabited centre, located right South of the fork of the Arno, arose as a sea-side resort in the second half of the 1800s. Travelling on the Viale D’Annunzio, at about half way between Pisa and Marina di Pisa, at the level of the San Pietro a Grado center, we recommend to visit the attractive San Pietro basilica, which is located next to an ancient call on the fork of the river; according to history, San Pietro decided to build it when he landed here during a trip to Rome.

North to the fork of the Arno river, the Mediterranean maquis of the ex Presidential Estate, now part of the regional natural reserve of “Migliarino San Rossore Massaciuccoli ”, separates itself from the sandy shore. Marina di Pisa is characterised by the presence of many Liberty style buildings in an urban landscape marked by three squares by the sea, connected to one another by three streets running parallel to the coast and intersected by several streets at right angles. An extended pinewood stretches itself behind the residential area. Marina di Pisa has small beaches protected from rough sea by strong breaking water dams.

To the South, the sandy stretch becomes more consistent and is the base for sea-side resorts and tourist structures. Marina di Pisa offers the possibility to benefit from many moorings along the Arno river, with nautical support centers. The project related to the construction of a tourist port on the fork of the Arno river is about to get started. The town offers a quiet, comfortable and varied stay, whether in hotel or camping. There are several trendy night clubs.

The Apuan Alps and the long curve of the coast of San Rossore enclose it in a beautiful scenery. There are various motor boat tours possible, from Bocca d'Arno to the Cinque Terre, to the Isola Capraia and the Isola Elba.

What to see in the Surroundings

We have selected 4 interesting things to see nearby.
If four are few and are not enough for you then read our posts , you will find many ideas to spend your holiday in Versilia with your family, alone, as a couple or with your friends.

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  • Weekly Market
    Monday Carrara
    Monday ( Avenue J.F.Kennedy ) Lido di Camaiore
    Thursday ( Promenade ) Lido di Camaiore
    Sunday ( Promenade ) Summer Only Lido di Camaiore
    Monday Seravezza
    Monday Bagnone
    Tuesday Massa
    Tuesday Cinquale
    Tuesday Viareggio
    Thursday ( Promenade & Centre ) Viareggio
    Saturday ( Marco Polo ) Viareggio
    Tuesday ( Piazza degli Alpini ) Capezzano Pianore
    Tuesday Massarosa
    Tuesday Fivizzano
    Wednesday ( Guglielmo Marco Square 8am 2pm ) Forte dei Marmi
    Wednesday Stiava
    Wednesday Pontremoli
    Thursday ( Statuto Square ) Pietrasanta
    Thursday Marina di Carrara
    Friday ( Oberdan Street ) Camaiore
    Friday Torre del Lago Puccini
    Friday ( Centre ) Marina di Massa
    Friday Villafranca Lunigiana
    Saturday ( Tonfano ) Marina di Pietrasanta
    Saturday Querceta
    Saturday Aulla
    Saturday Pontremoli
    Sunday ( From Easter until September, Guglielmo Marconi Square ) Summer Only Forte dei Marmi
    Sunday Torre del Lago Puccini
    Sunday Licciana Nardi
    Sunday Marina di Carrara
    Everyday ( Centre ) Partaccia
  • Clubs
    Nikki Beach Versilia - Via Lungomare Roma 96
    Marina di Pietrasanta
    Fuori di Massa - Via Lungomare di Ponente 70
    Marina di Massa
    Mora Mora - Viale Colombo, 259
    Lido di Camaiore
    La Bussola - Viale Roma, 44 (Lungomare) 55045
    Marina di Pietrasanta
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