This lovely stone country house with swimming pool ( size : 6.20x 3,20 deep 140 ) is located in the hills between Lucca and the Versilian coastline. From this location most of the major Tuscan cities, famous for their art, are easily reachable by car for day trips. The stone walls, exposed beams, terracotta flooring and typical fire places create the authentic Tuscan atmosphere.
La Pieve is a three floor typical Tuscan country house.
On the ground floor there is a living room with fireplace and an old stone kitchen, fully equipped with the modern appliances. On the mezzanine there is a bathroom with shower and a washing machine. The first floor has two double bedrooms. The second floor has one double bedroom and one bedroom with two single beds also a bathroom with a shower.
Camaiore is an important district of Versilia (with over 30.000 inhabitants), spreading from the impressive peaks of the Apuan Alps to the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is located in a basin surrounded by hills.
Camaiore is a town with many monuments such as the Collegiate Church of Saint Mary of the Assumption (13th century), the Bell Tower (14th century) and the Abbey of Saint Peter (7th century). In Diaz square visitors can find the Sacred Art Museum, which houses pieces of furniture, paintings and vestments (13th to 16th century), and the ancient church of San Michele, destroyed in 1944, now reconstructed in the original shape. Other places of interests include the Tori Massoni Palace (seat of the Archeological Museum) and the Theatre of Olivo, open to the public for concerts and expositions. Today, Camaiore is an important agricultural and commercial centre and, among its jewels, it counts the well known towns of Lido di Camaiore (a lovely bathing resort which was called Fossa dell'Abate in the past and has now a wide range of beautiful sandy beaches and a terraced promenade full of shops and restaurants) and Capezzano Pianore (which was famous in the past thanks to the production of strawberries, while it is well–known today for its active floriculture). Lido di Camaiore has been visited in the past by several personalities like Gabriele D'Annunzio, Eleonora Duse, Vittorio Emanuele III, and Guglielmo Marconi. The surroundings of Camaiore are also a paradise for excursionists, thanks to the natural and artistic beauties it is possible to admire. From the Apuan's peaks it is easy to reach the adjacent hilly villages as far as the Seimiglia area. Lombrici (located in the ex mill's valley, famous for its factories and oil–mills), Monteggiori (resort often choosen by artists and showmen), Casoli, Gombitelli (well–known today thanks to ironwork), Pieve di Camaiore (seat of the Pieve of S. Stefano, that's to say one of the five Versilia's historical pievi).