Aug 25th, 2013 |
UNA Hotel Versilia, a member of Epoque Hotels‘ collection, overlooking Lido di Camaiore beach, one of the most popular seaside holiday location of Versilia, Tuscany, has been announced as the Top Beach Hotel 2013 in Italy by Trivago.
For the second consecutive year, the worldwide largest hotel search and information website, examined reviews from travelers throughout Europe choosing the best ranking in each region. With a rating of 90/100 and 856 reviews, UNA Hotel Versilia entered the top 10 of best beach hotel in Italy.
Located right on the seafront, UNA Hotel Versilia is ideal for wellness and sport lovers with its SPA, the fitness room and the tennis court. Foodie lovers can taste delicious typical Tuscan dishes and catch of the day from the Tyrrhenian sea. In summer, the beautiful roof terrace becomes the meeting point for an aperitif at sunset, for dinners of grilled of fish or meat, or for a romantic cocktail.
Lido di Camaiore
, is a major seaside resort located in the coastal area of Tuscany called Versilia, which includes, among others, Forte dei Marmi and Viareggio. The vast sandy beach of Lido di Camaiore lies between Marina di Pietrasanta and Viareggio, sloping smoothly into the sea. The town is a particularly attractive resort with several villas set amidst delightful gardens, wide streets, squares and public gardens. Lido di Camaiore offers a good variety of sporting activities like windsurfing, sailing, boating. There are facilities where you can hire the so called pattini (small wooden boats), boats, and bicycles. Near Lido di Camaiore at the locality Montiscendi a 18 hole golf course has recently opened. Your seaside holiday will be brightened up with great Italian-style beach resort entertainment facilities: discotheques, clubs, open air cinemas, music-halls, like “La Bussola” which has hosted world-famous musicians and artists. The cuisine in Lido di Camaiore is typical of all Versilia, an area celebrated for its home cooking that can be enjoyed in sophisticated restaurants as well as in the characteristic countryside trattorias. The coast specializes in sea food, whereas inland is known mostly for its more traditional Tuscan cooking. The area is also a good tourist base for trips to the main art cities and tourist centres in Versilia, Tuscany and Liguria. Within a couple of hours by train or car one can visit Pisa, Viareggio, Florence, San Giminiano, the Cinque Terre and many, many other interesting towns.