La Lunigiana

This region runs along the River Magra, on the borders of Tuscany, Liguria and Emilia. The backdrop consists of numerous castles (Aulla and Fivizzano), countless Romanesque churches (Sorano and Codiponte), together with traces of a civilisation, which bequeathed us the anthropomorphic sculptures that are displayed in Ponteremoli's museum. La Lunigiana is also famous for its cooking, in particular its mouth-watering testaroli, wheatflour pastry seasoned with olive oil, basil and pecorino (sheep's cheese).

Useful information

Address : 

Via Pietro-Cocchi, 54027 Pontremoli

Nearby tourist attractions

The emblematic tower, situated between
Lunigiana Museum of Statues and Steles
Lunigiana Museum of Statues and Steles
The castle of Piagnaro houses the museum
Ethnography Museum
Ethnography Museum
Housed in a splendidly restored 14C mill
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