Our bases

Port of Viareggio

The Port of Viareggio is located on the Tyrrhenian Sea at the mouth of the Burlamacca canal that connects Lake Massaciuccoli with the sea and divides the Viareggio coastline into Ponente beach, to the northwest, and Levante beach, to the south-east. The Approdo Turistico La Madonnina and the other docks are able to welcome medium and small boats in its floating docks, with an availability of 600 berths. All the main yacht service qualified companies able to solve any maintenance issue are available on spot.

Arriving in Versilia you will appreciate not only the beauty of these places and the liveliness of its nightlife, starting with the famous town of Forte dei Marmi, but also how Viareggio is the beating heart of the European nautical industry. In its hinterland you can easily reach the typical localities of the Apuan Alps with the marble quarries known all over the world, historic cities such as Lucca and Pisa, and furthermore the landscape of the gentle Tuscan hills that frame Siena and Florence. In a strategic position, it is the real gateway for those who come from the sea and want to enjoy the beauties of the city of Viareggio, Versilia and the entire Tuscan territory, as well as for those who overlook the sea and the Tuscan archipelago, coming from the hinterland.

Suggested itineraries

How to reach the base


Clients coming from the north must take the motorway A12/E80 “Genova-Livorno” take the exit Viareggio and follow the signs to the Port of Viareggio.


The railwaystation of Viareggio is centrally located and is well connected to the marina by bus. The taxi ride is about 5 minutes. From the North a direct line connects Viareggio to Milan or Turin, from the South you can easily arrive directly from Rome.


To the North and to the South

From the port of Viareggio going north we find Portovenere , the western tip of the Gulf of La Spezia, also known as the Gulf of Poets. Portovenere is still the old Ligurian fishing village with its tall and colourful houses, the medieval fortress overlooking the sea and in its central comfortable and equipped deck. You can go to the west through the canal between the land and the island of Palmaria and reach the coast line that encloses the Cinque Terre.

From the port of Viareggio going south after30 miles there is Castiglioncello. One of the most beautiful towns of the Tuscan Coast and one of the oldest holiday resorts. Not far away, just 18 miles, you’ll find the Gulf of Baratti.

Going further south is the island of Capraia, the northernmost of the Tuscan Archipelago, with a small port well sheltered from the South and from the West and clear water. Around a very quiet village and a Mediterranean scrub where you can take long walks. Overlooking the island is the medieval castle, from which you can enjoy a 360 degrees panorama of the Archipelago and the coast.

Base di Viareggio

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