In the far northern area of the Tuscan Region there lies a valley, rich in history and traditions that is very close to famous and important historical centres such as Lucca, Pisa and Florence. This valley, created by the Serchio River and its tributaries, is a chest full of natural treasures enclosed between the chain of the Apuan Alps and the Tuscan-Emilian Appennines. The contrast between these two environments, not only morphologically, but socially and traditionally different as weil, has generated an unusual variety of images and colours.
This is the ideal environment for those who want to live in contract with nature and at the same time rediscover the history of a valley and the traditional hospitality of its inhabitants. Discovering Garfagnana on horseback, on foot, by mountain-bike, proceeding along the paths and old muletracks, and looking at the history of these mountains.