The Province of Massa-Carrara (Italian: Provincia di Massa-Carrara) is a province in the Tuscany region of central Italy. It is named after the two main towns in its territory: Carrara and Massa, its capital.
Things to do in Province of Massa Carrara
4.5 based on 165 reviews
Once at Locanda Il Rustichello, customers can recover their time, enjoying our homemade dishes and the charming green area around the locanda. The atmosphere takes customers back in time: in an enchanted world, full of traditions and magic. At Locanda Il Rustichello you will find: - 9 renovated rooms with bathroom - Restaurant (indoor and outdoor) - Outdoor SPA (with bath tub, infrared sauna, shower and solarium) - Picnic area - Children's area
Great authentic Italian food. Also try the hugh steak:tasty and juicy. Very reasonable prices. The hotel/restaurant is situated om the top of a mountain with a super view on the surrounding area.Dear Perter, we're happy that you enjoyed your dinner and we're looking forward to having you again as a guest in our inn. Thank you very much!
4.5 based on 411 reviews
Il Trillo was a surprised and one that I would like to experience over and over again. Somewhat hidden in a non-descript residential area in what felt like the outskirts of Massa it first surprises you with its wonderful Terrace. Dominated by its lemon trees (and avocado-sized lemons) it is simple and warm yet elegant and tasteful.
The food is supreme and everything is made on the spot. I asked for a modification to the recipe as I am vegetarian and no-one had even to check with the chef. It's clear that when you cook meals from scratch from fresh ingredients on site the flexibility is only limited by the cuisine's willingness to accommodate (which in il Trillo's case is great).
Pumpkin soup is worth a detour and even the vegetable tempura had something special; such a light batter.
Service is spotless yet personal and the wine list while not at par in terms of choice with other Michelin - starred restaurants it has good names and you will find something that you like.
There were six of us for dinner, 2 Italians and 4 foreigners and we have all been raving about our visit for the past 10 days.
Recommended hands down.
4.5 based on 148 reviews
La cornice in cui si trova il Ristorante Villa Brignole è davvero imbattibile: sull’altura di Gavedo, frazione del comune di Mulazzo, avrete a disposizione un Panorama mozzafiato. In via Palazzo, questo locale ha fatto delle raffinatezza il proprio marchio di fabbrica e ve ne accorgerete non appena sfoglierete il menu: prenotate il vostro tavolo e godetevi uno dei ristoranti più apprezzati ed eleganti di Lunigiana e dintorni!Il contesto bucolico in cui si trova il Ristorante Villa Brignole è parte integrante del fascino che questo locale esercita sui suoi clienti: in località Gavedo a Mulazzo, nel cuore della Lunigiana, potrete godervi una cornice spettacolare, mentre deliziate il palato con tutto il meglio della cucina lunigianese. Gavedo si trova sopra un’altura, sulla riva destra del fiume Magra ed è quindi da un punto privilegiato che potrete ammirare il panorama: al Ristorante Villa Brignole vi entusiasmera’!!
From Modena to La Spezia (Autostrada della Cisa), I decided to stop for lunch in this lovely spot of Tuscan Apennines. An ancient fortress used by Prince Brignole as a summer residence, restored by the current owner and transformed into a restaurant and a cooking academy. All products are of the highest quality.
Average price, ca 30/35 euro including the excellent wine of the house. Recommended to book in advance for lunch and dinner.
4.5 based on 463 reviews
While on travelling, I am used to select Hotels and Restaurants based on the positive references and credits by TripAdvisor. I have to say that this restaurant fully deserves an excellent comment. Good food, warm environment, friendly staff, reasonable prices. I would recommend the restaurant to all my Scottish friends and, in particular, I suggest "Gli Intensi Ricordi di Lunigiana" as starter, the "Testaroli" (a local type of pasta already), the "Cremoso alla Castagna con Cioccolato Fondente" (cake).
4.5 based on 149 reviews
Myself and my family and friends have eaten at this restaurant since it opened about 3 years ago on numerous occassions.
On Sunday we were there for a family christening with a party of 25. It really didn't disappoint and as always the food was fabulous, well cooked, great variety and a wonderful show case for local cuisine and foodstuffs.
I also have some very fussy vegetarian friends and they pull out all the stops them and it is one of the few places that caters well for them.
Apart form the quality the price is very competitive and the accompanying wines, beers and liquours are excellent.
I would strongly recommend a visit if you are anywhere near by.
The owners and staff are very friendly and always a 5 star welcome you will remember a visit there long after the food has been digested.
4.5 based on 135 reviews
Servizio abbastanza veloce
Ottima la farinata con stracchino e gorgonzola da prendere prima della pizza.
4.5 based on 176 reviews
Our little group had a big plate of lard and salami with fresh bread and cold vegetable salad! We had our lunch outdoors under the tuscan sun! It was quite rustic but pleasant!
4.5 based on 261 reviews
Came here as a group of 6 friends. We weren't an easy group- one person had strict dietary requirements- but we had a brilliant meal. The antipasti were delicious and so varied, and when we couldn't decide which primo and secondi to have the waitress brought us taster dishes of all of them. To top it all off we were very pleasantly surprised by the bill- 4 courses for 6 people plus plenty of wine came to just €160. It's a trek to get here but definitely worth the effort, for the food and the views.
4.5 based on 135 reviews
My parents and I grabbed a quick dinner with 3 different take away pizzas and it was a great deal. Quick service with pleasant workers and the meal was gone before I could take a photo of it. Not the standart restaurant type of Italian pizza, but still really tasty.
4.5 based on 260 reviews
This rather nice, spacious ‘sandwich’ bar in the pedestrianised centre of Massa (with indoor and outdoor seating) offers an awful lot more choice than mere panini. We were en route home from Florence and knowing hubby enjoys good tripe I thought we should make a slight detour from the autostrada to check it out. It was an excellent decision. While many take the panini option, we decided to have a ribolito (more than acceptable) followed by excellent tripe for hubby and a splendid tuna salad for myself. With bread, a bottle of wine, water and coffee it came to circa €35 – most acceptable. Service is cheery and prompt. Food allergies and intolerances are noted and respected – thank you! Both Italian and English are spoken and finding a parking space close by is not difficult.
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