La Torre and environs

  • Casinò Municipale


The City of Bagni di Lucca consist of 24 hamlets scattered over more than 180 square kilometers of territory, the largest mountain municipality of Italy: visit the small villages scattered on hills, many of which are medieval origins, with ancient churches, can be the beginning of your holiday.
But the mountains that surround us and the countless streams that run through the area offer many other natural attractions: hiking trails, walk with Mountain Guides and Nature Guides, guided mountain bike tours, horse riding lessons and horse trekking, quad biking, rafting and kayaking on the river Lima, paintball, paragliding, hiking inside dell’Orrido Botri.
For adventure lovers, in the magical scenery of Strette di Cocciglia, the Canyon Park offers a spectacular adventure between emerald green water and forest.
Three kilometers from our company you can relax at the Terme di Bagni di Lucca, among the oldest in Europe with natural springs up to 52°C.

You can visit the famous Ponte della Maddalena (Devil’s Bridge) at 4 km, and the Ponte delle Catene (Chain Bridge), designed by Lorenzo Nottolini and visible also from the farm.

You can go in the Garfagnana area for to live the rural places and traditions, where you see the fantastic Apuan Alps: we report the Orecchiella Natural Park where there are many animals and also the brown bear, and two adventure parks, the Buffardello in S. Romano in Garfagnana and the Park of Levigliese in Vergemoli, a few miles from Grotta del Vento (Wind Cave), which is open all year round, where through easy paths you can see an exceptional variety of stalactites and stalagmites, lakes, streams and even wells vertical, in the heart of the Apuan Alps.

Visit Garfagnana to live the rural traditions of its places or enjoy the bustle of Versilia with its numerous beaches and night clubs. In the winter, for ski lovers, Abetone is half an hour’s drive.

  • Piazza dell'Anfiteatro - Lucca

Of course we recommend the famous cities of Tuscany as Lucca (25 km), Pisa (50 km), Florence (85 km), Siena (120 km) or the Etruscan Volterra (90 km) and the medieval S. Gimignano (90 Km), do not forgetting the Chianti lands.