Massa Carrara Vacations
From Massa Carrara, Genoa is approximately 55 miles (89 kilometers) to the west from here while Bologna is about 60 miles (97 kilometers) to the east.
Some of the more interesting public gathering places in Massa Carrara are Piazza degli Aranci and Piazza Mercurio. Grab a shady vantage spot and and spend a hour watching the passing parade before heading off to explore the surrounding sights.
Take a little time to honour the loyalty and valour of Massa Carrara’s past women and men at the Fivizzano War Memorial. Inspect the information signs and let your mind drift back through the war clouds of the past, before moving on to explore the other monuments and attractions in Massa Carrara.
Discover the most glamorous and influential families of yesteryear at of Massa Carrara’s most important palace. Historic Renaissance Ducal Palace embodies the very highest standards in architecture and design of its time.
Don't miss the opportunity to admire the exciting castles in the area. The old Malaspina Castle, an important local landmark, is an example of how local rulers lived here with their families and protected their townships from invaders.
An old religious gathering place, among the most popular of the many historic sites here, is the Cathedral of Massa. Visit this heritage building to discover its past as well as to study its design.
Among the most visited heritage sites in this region is the Castello dell'Aquila. Educational and intriguing, it is well worth taking the time to explore. Explore the site, snap some pictures and read up about the history that makes it so interesting.
Whether you are looking to recharge your batteries, take a boat ride or enjoy sunlight on the rippling water, the local lake called Lake Fario is the place to head. When the sun is shining this delightful destination is the perfect location to head to for a little relaxation.