Al Palazz is part of Mochignano Chiesa, a hamlet that sits above the small market town of Bagnone, in the Apennine National Park.
Bagnone sits at the centre of Lunigiana - the name given to the thirteen communes (comune) that make up part of the Massa Carrara province of Tuscany. Lunigiana takes its name from the moon (la luna) and the ancient port of Luni; its symbol is the smiling face on one of the ancient stele (stone monuments or menhirs) found at Verrucola.
Lunigiana is still 'undiscovered Tuscany'. It is intensely rural, although a small amount of tourism now exists. It's the land of a million stars and a hundred castles, of small towns and villages set in valleys which run down from mountain passes to the sea at La Spezia, and the coast road to Genoa or Rome.
Some people describe it as the place that time forgot; we think it's a place out of time, a small piece of paradise.
When you've booked a holiday at Al Palazz, we'll ask you about your interests. Then we will be delighted to send you much more information about what you would like to do in this magnificent part of Italy.
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