Marina di Massa and Ronchi
Reaching the sunny and delightful beaches of Marina di Massa and Ronchi from Camping Souvenir is just a matter of minutes; the campground in fact is situated along the seashore just a few steps away from the beaches of Partaccia and a few minutes by car from those of the historical sea town of Ronchi and Poveromo. Furthermore, for those traveling with their four-legged friends there is a Dog Beach close to the campground with free access, the Bau Bau Beach .
Camping Souvenir offers all-inclusive accommodation packages, which includes the stay in the campsites or bungalows plus access to the swimming facilities agreed upon.
Approximately 30 Km from Camping Souvenir in Marina di Massa, in the Liguria region facing the port, is the small city of Lerici: a beautiful fishing village with an impressive Castel, built in a strategic location in 1152 by the Maritime Republics of Genoa and Pisa. Today it is the location of the geo-paleontological Museum of Lerici. The atmosphere this village exudes, overlooking the sea, is well worth a visit.
Porto Venere is a spending fishing village in the province of La Spezia, overlooking the Golfo dei Poeti (Gulf of Poets). The village is fascinating, with an ancient cobble stone path leading the traveler on a pleasant stroll from the port, where the fisherman’s boats are anchored, to the heights where the gothic-style Church of Saint Peter stands on a rocky peak overlooking the sea, and then the summits of the village with the Sanctuary of the Madonna Bianca and the Castle Doria.
The English poet Lord Byron lived in Porto Venere for a period in his life, and there is a cave named after him in his memory located close to the Church of Saint Peter.
Porto Venere is approximately 50 km from Camping Souvenir in Marina di Massa.
Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore are five marvellous fishing villages characteristic of the Liguria coast, in the segment extending from Punta Mesco to Punta di Montenero in the province of La Spezia, which were recognized in 1997 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Clear waters and unspoiled seabed, vineyards and olive groves in the historical steep plots overlooking the sea, excursion trails of rare beauty, flavours and aromas of a seafood-based menu; all of this and much more you will find in the Cinque Terre, which can be reached from Marina di Massa via a breezy ferryboat ride or by train from Carrara along a scenic railroad.