The Garfagnana is a natural and authentic territory halfway between the Apuan Alps and the Apennines, a valley full of woods, meadows, and medieval villages among the most beautiful in Italy and crossed by the Serchio river. In such a context, the local gastronomic tradition has developed, giving life to delicacies that are not to be missed.
A territory that has always been used to produce spelt and chestnut flour from the local woods. Home to centuries-old slow food presidia such as biroldo and prosciutto bazzone. Discover Garfagnana’s typical gastronomy.