In the kitchen, Forte dei Marmi unites its seagoing tradition with the genuine flavors of inland Tuscany – in a perfect balance.
Anyone who appreciates simple flavors will fall in love with Valè’s inimitable, hot and crunchy schiacciatine with oil and salt, or Orlando’s richer filled focaccine. For tradition at the table, try tordelli filled pasta with meat sauce, a dish typical of inland Versilia, or spaghetti with arselle coquina clams, dug fresh along the water, bursting with the scents of the sea. And if you’re an aficionado of Tuscany’s world famous wines, well, let’s just say Forte will never disappoint.
In the Forte dei Marmi municipal territory, just 9 square kilometers, you’ll find 4 Michelin-star restaurants: an extraordinary concentration of quality, flavor, and culinary art. But stars or not, genuine flavors can be found everywhere in Forte: at the trattorie on the beach as at the agritourism centers in the hills, every forkful is a delicious discovery.