Welcome to our blog! Posted March 21, 2013


Sul Prado b&b

Welcome to our blog, in this area we regularly publish news about our bed & breakfast and the cultural and social events that are held throughout the year in Versilia. Come back to visit our blog, we keep you informed about our offers.

Italian Wines in Pietrasanta Posted April 17, 2013 | Tags:



An event not to be missed in Pietrasanta – Tuscany, in the Cloister of St. Augustine in Piazza Duomo. If you love Italian wines, write down this date: from May 19 to 20, 2013, more than 70 wine producers and more than 350 wines available for tasting from all Italian regions and the opportunity to meet directly with the winemakers, old vintages and artisans of taste.  To understand once more the top-class quality of drinking in every region of  Italy. Many good tenants are waiting for you, gathered in the casket of the cloister of the church of S. Augustine, in the heart of the historic center of one of the many small towns that make Italy beautiful: Pietrasanta, in the heart of Versilia, it’s an artistic crossroads of international level. You want to join this happening? Book now your holiday in our b&b located in the heart of Pietrasanta!

One-day trip to Pisa Posted March 21, 2013


Pisa Lungarno

The beautiful city of Pisa is only a half hour by car from our bed & breakfast. You can spend a day or more of your holiday to visit this wonderful city. Many believe that the Leaning Tower and Piazza dei Miracoli are the only attractions of Pisa. Nothing could be more wrong! Piazza dei Miracoli it is really a must-see as well as the Cathedral, the Baptistery, the Monumental Cemetery, the Opera Museum and the Museum of Sinopie. Not to mention the beautiful nearby ancient Orto Botanico. Reach the Arno river, with their light magic every hour of the day (especially at sunset), is a pleasant fatigue for those who want to follow the route from Via Santa Maria leading to the ancient Church of San Sisto in Cortevecchia, the sixteenth-century Piazza dei Cavalieri designed by Giorgio Vasari.