Lunigiana is a historic region between northern Tuscany and eastern Liguria. In antiquity, Lunigiana corresponded to the expansion of the old diocese of Luni, while today it corresponds to the Magra catchment area, which is administratively divided between the provinces of Massa Carrara and La Spezia. The Val di Magra, due to its geographical morphological characteristics and its location, has always been a transit country and a natural corridor between different areas, of which there are still visible contaminations that have had a strong influence on its history and organization of its territory. The area has had a strong characterization and a strong cultural unity since prehistoric times, as the famous "Lunigiana statues", which are kept in the Piagnaro castle of Pontremoli, still testify today: These are anthropomorphic sandstone sculptures between IV and I. millennium BC.
The landscape is mountainous, the areas in the hinterland of the sea are green and pleasant. The village squares are extremely beautiful and of course the infinite number of castles and places with their medieval history. Here you run into a Dante Alighieri. Very traditional and exquisite culinary.
Other areas - Pontremoli, Fivizzano, Aulla, Licciana Nardi, Villafranca and others