Bagni di Lucca is our local spa town which is listed in many books as one of the most beautiful villages in Tuscany with its many bars, shops and eateries. It is within easy access to public transport and roads to major tourist destinations and the Versilian coast. It is approximately an hours drive to Pisa and Florence. The San Gemignano and Chianti areas are approximately and hour and a half away. The beautiful walled city of Lucca is only a half hour drive away, a serious Tuscan gem.
There is plenty to do in nearby Bagni di Lucca and it's villages. You can relax and unwind in the local thermal spas, meditate with yoga or go for a swim in the public swimming pool which also hosts stunning views. For the more adventurous, take a hike up Prato, our neighbouring mountain, which will take you through historical towns and provide spectacular mountain scenery. Hire a quad bike to explore the area or go horse riding, experience a zip wire adventure at Canyon Park, all available through approved companies which we have great links with.
Cycling is very popular in this area, and we have some superb routes for both road and off-road cyclists that will test your endurance and stamina. During the Spring and Summer months we offer a 1 week all inclusive cycling Itinerary, see more details about On your bike - discover Tuscany here.
Bagni Di Lucca offers good food, a selection of local wines, olive oils, speciality cheeses, street market days, access to banks and public transport and within close proximity to many other villages and places of interest. You are guaranteed to always get a good cup of coffee and delicious speciality cakes and treats in local coffee shops and traditional Italian food in the local restaurants and eateries. For those men who would like to try a truly traditional Italian experience, the local barber is well worth a visit, just ask us to book during your stay.
Visit the Cinque Terra - either by boat or train or car - 5 very distinctive Ligurian clifftop villages.
Pietrasanta and Carrara - A world-renowned area for white marble, sculpture and art. In the sculpture yards you can visit works in progress, there are ongoing exhibitions in Pietrasanta. Or you can visit the amazing marble mines and museum of Carrara.