Forte Dei Marmi

Nestled along the Tuscan coastline, Forte Dei Marmi is the epitome of Italian glamour and luxury. Its golden beaches, elegant villas, and upscale boutiques make it a favored retreat for celebrities and discerning travelers alike. Read more

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Forte Dei Marmi, often simply called "Forte", is a jewel on the Versilia coast of Tuscany. Historically, its name, which translates to "Fort of Marbles", originates from the fortress built in the town's main square to protect the area from pirate invasions. But today, Forte Dei Marmi is better known for its posh ambience. With a backdrop of the Apuan Alps, this seaside town is famous for its pristine beaches and upscale beach clubs. Its streets are lined with designer boutiques, high-end restaurants, and art galleries. The weekly market in the town is a must-visit, where luxury meets local life. Over the years, Forte Dei Marmi has retained its charm by keeping large commercial developments at bay, thus preserving its tranquil and luxurious environment.
Dive into the world of Italian luxury, sun-kissed beaches, and cultural delights at Forte Dei Marmi - where la dolce vita is not just a phrase but a way of life.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Forte Dei Marmi

Forte Lorenese

The historic fortress after which the town is named; a symbol of the area's rich history and a charming centerpiece in the main square.

Beach Clubs of Forte Dei Marmi

Relax at one of the exclusive beach clubs, each offering a unique ambiance, from family-friendly to the ultra-luxurious.

Villa Bertelli

An iconic villa that often hosts cultural events, concerts, and exhibitions, encapsulating the town's dedication to arts and culture.

Weekly Market at Piazza Marconi

A shopping paradise, from designer clothes to local crafts, this market is a fusion of luxury and tradition.


A short drive away, this artistic town is known for its marble studios and vibrant art scene, often considered an extension of Forte Dei Marmi's cultural offerings.

Bagno Annetta Beach Club

One of the most renowned beach clubs, offering a blend of relaxation, gastronomy, and pristine sea views.

Church of Sant’Ermete

A beautiful neoclassical church that stands as a testament to the town's religious heritage.

Apuan Alps

The stunning mountain range behind Forte Dei Marmi, perfect for those seeking hiking adventures and breathtaking panoramas.

Museo della Satira e della Caricatura

An intriguing museum dedicated to satire and caricature, reflecting the town's whimsical side.

Pontile di Forte dei Marmi

The iconic pier offering splendid views of the Tyrrhenian Sea and the surrounding landscapes.

What else to visit
In and around Forte Dei Marmi

Castello di Lerici (24.25 km)

The Castello di Lerici is a beacon of history and a sentinel to the idyllic Italian Riviera. This medieval fortress, bathed by azure waters, offers panoramic views intertwined with tales of ancient battles and lore.

Lucca (29.67 km)

Lucca, the medieval jewel of Tuscany, captivates visitors with its well-preserved walls, narrow streets and rich history. It is a city full of art, culture and unforgettable gastronomic experiences.

Palazzo Ducale (30.1 km)

Palazzo Ducale, nestled in the heart of Venice, Italy, stands as a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. This historic palace captivates visitors with its grandeur and rich history, making it an essential stop in the magical city of Venice.

La Spezia (30.49 km)

Situated on the Ligurian coast, La Spezia serves as a gateway to the iconic Cinque Terre. A vibrant maritime hub, the city boasts a rich naval history, captivating museums, and a deep-seated culinary tradition.

Pisa (32.48 km)

Pisa, famous around the world for its Leaning Tower, is a Tuscan city with a rich history, world-famous monuments and an important university. Get ready to travel to the heart of Italian culture and tradition.

Manarola (38.76 km)

Nestled along the rugged coastline of the Cinque Terre, Manarola is a vibrant spectacle, its pastel houses perched dramatically above the Ligurian Sea.

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