Forte dei Marmi
Forte dei Marmi is one of the most famous towns on the Tuscan coast, and its deepest identity stems from an interweaving of two elements: sea and culture. Its beaches are enchanting and welcoming and are surrounded by a hinterland rich in art, history and beautiful landscapes; visitors will be captivated by its coastline and will not fail to be captivated by the many folkloristic and cultural activities that the town offers. But the heart of Forte is its wharf. As early as the 19th century, this town was a crucial junction for the transportation of marble and a loading wharf was therefore built: this structure, destroyed by the Germans during the Second World War, was immediately rebuilt and became, from that moment on, the hub of town life. Not only a historically commercial place, people come here to stroll, to listen to the sound of the waves, to imagine ancient departures, in short to experience a unique atmosphere that only the sea can provide.