The Bagni private beach at Villa Grey, the seashore and the bistrot
Leaving the hotel, across the road, just a few steps away you enter another enchanted corner of the Villa Grey universe. The Bagni private beach, with a splendid, wide and well-kept seashore to welcome you with golden sand and the blue line of the horizon in the background. The rigorously white sunshades gently shelter you from the sun, without disturbing the beauty of the surrounding scenery and blending harmoniously into it. There are 42 of them, equipped with sun loungers and deckchairs, to make your stay on the beach extremely comfortable. It’s an ideal situation both for suntan enthusiasts, who have ample space at their disposal to bask in the sun, and for those who love cool, shaded areas. You’ll also find the typical elegant and breezy Villa Grey style in the outdoor environments, giving guests a sense of harmony and connection with the marine landscape.
In Versilia, culinary tradition emerges in the hotel’s food services, becoming the spark and inspiration for creating refined cuisine, which draws vitality from history, renewing itself and setting trends. The delicious Bistrot accompanies your day at the beach and the cuisine is aligned with the context and with the customer’s needs. Genuine and refined seafood cuisine, which sometimes indulges in some creative flair, based on the rigorous selection of ingredients, all accompanied by a wine list that holds excellent surprises. The menu is à la carte and differs from classic hotel food. The fish is always fresh, the products are carefully selected and the pasta is homemade, like it was in the past, and cooking is often at low temperatures, to ensure the wholesomeness and quality of the food.
An authentic culinary experience based on Mediterranean fish and Italian flavours. The menu is very rich, offering simple dishes, seafood dishes and traditional dishes of Versilia cuisine.
“The restaurant is a real branch of the sea, within an itinerary that combines good food, tranquillity and nature to celebrate the cuisine, flavours and colours of the Mediterranean”