Pietrasanta

Pietrasanta Travel Guide

Articles about Pietrasanta

By Valerie Waterhouse
A quiet town in Lucca province, Pietrasanta has served as a sanctuary for international sculptors and artists for six centuries. It was here, in the lofty quarters of the city’s palazzi, that Michelangelo, Henry Moore, and, more recently, Fernand...
By Maria Shollenbarger
Tuscany’s Cities and Provinces Tuscany’s New Hotels and Spa Tuscany’s Best Hotels Tuscany’s Best Restaurants Tuscany’s Shopping List Tuscany’s Best Wineries Discovering Pietrasanta
By Valerie Waterhouse
Tuscany’s Cities and Provinces Tuscany’s New Hotels and Spa Tuscany’s Best Hotels Tuscany’s Best Restaurants Tuscany’s Shopping List Tuscany’s Best Wineries Discovering Pietrasanta
By Bruce Schoenfeld
Tuscany’s Cities and Provinces Tuscany’s New Hotels and Spa Tuscany’s Best Hotels Tuscany’s Best Restaurants Tuscany’s Shopping List Tuscany’s Best Wineries Discovering Pietrasanta

Hotels in Pietrasanta

An intimate 19-room hotel with a private art collection.

Restaurants in Pietrasanta

White candles illuminate the communal wooden tables at the family-run L’Enoteca Marcucci, a lively wine bar and restaurant. Michele Marcucci plies wines from his 2,000 label–strong cellar, while his father, Giuseppe, grills butter-soft Tuscan beefsteaks.

Things to do in Pietrasanta

This contemporary gallery showcases Tuscan artist Sandro Chia and avant-garde duo Christo and Jeanne-Claude.