Levigliani wine and art is an event that takes place every year in the small village
of the upper Versilia which makes the event even more impressive.
The event always takes place on the first weekend of August this year on
5.6 and 7 August.
The event is an opportunity to taste the typical local products
in fact, the event is a real path through the small alleys
of the country to discover locally produced wines and beers and the fantastic ones
The path through the village is very impressive and lit only by torches and candles
for a truly magical atmosphere.
Levigliani, a land of wine and art
Levigliani is a village in the hamlet of Stazzema inhabited since very ancient times, as evidenced by
the ancient archaeologists’ finds.
The village has been a holiday destination for many years to seek shelter from the summer heat, after
opening to the public of the Antro del Corchia, an ancient cave, tourism has increased significantly,
moreover Levigliani is a starting point for excursions that lead to the 2 highest peaks
of the Apuan Alps: the Pania della Croce and the Corchia.
The economy of the country before tourism was centered on the extraction and processing of
marble then increased by the discovery of a quicksilver mine or mercury.
Besides being able to visit the former mercury mine there are very interesting museums among which
stand out the museum on the extraction of marble: “working free” and the museum dedicated to the
history of uses of marble in the world: folded stone.