Bocca di Magra became important after the war, when some of the most famous poets, artists and writers of the time began to spend their holidays there. Some of its most famous visitors were Cesare Pavese, Giulio Einaudi, Vittorio Sereni, Eugenio Montale, Elio Vittorini, Marguerite Duras. Halfway between Liguria and Tuscany, perfect borderland, it still maintains its quiet and splendid panorama of the marble Apuan Alps, continuing source of inspiration to all those who continue to love it.

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