Situated between the Apennines and the sea
the Apuan Alps, recognised as one of the most distinctive mountainous
areas in Italy, create a natural curve protecting the hills and plains
The peculiarity of this mountainous range is the
variety of the shape and form of its peaks. Here you can find endless marble
and mineral water springs
their low salt content), streams, woods and numerous caves, including the
largest and deepest (1210 m depth) cave in Europe called "Antro"
of Mount Corchia.
An infinite number of plants and flowers are protected
in the Natural Park of the Apuan Alps, which extends to the Provinces of Massa