Then we follow the bicycle track to the right of the viale, towards Torre del Lago Puccini. Here to the left, we find numerous campsites. Further to the left, in the middle of the viale, you will see the gate and the garden of the Villa Borbone, commissioned by Maria Luisa of Borbone, Duchess of Lucca. Going along viale dei Tigli, we follow the bicycle path to the right, within the Forest, running parallel to viale Kennedy, towards the Torre del Lago Puccini marina.
At the end of the bicycle path, 300m before the Marina roundabout, we cross viale Kennedy, and here, taking a let you start along quite a large road that runs towards the Marina di Vecchiano.
Following the road, through the middle of the forest, amidst pristine dunes and vegetation, you arrive at the Marina di Vecchiano.
A small wooden roundabout (unsure) marks the middle of the Marina, where among the sands, you can admire the various plants, accompanied by informative plaques, that are normally found on dunes facing the sea.
The Park also has informative signs that identify the various animals that you can find in the surrounding area.
From this small roundabout, looking north, you will see a breath-taking view of the green countryside and the Apuan Alps. We are now standing on the outskirts of the property of Duke Salviati, a private estate almost 3,000 hectares in size that extends all the way to the sea. Taking the paved road across from the small roundabout, we arrive shortly in beautiful typical Tuscan countryside made up of vast fields of ornamental flowers.