In the evenings, you can either enjoy taking a stroll on the promenade, on the velvety sandy beach and over the pier to enjoy the view of the mountains as a backdrop or the shore line running parallel with them towards Viareggio or Forte dei Marmi and Lerici. Nearby is also Lucca (with it’s ancient walls still surrounding the city) and Pisa (with it’s leaning tower in Piazza dei Miracoli), and Cinque Terre (with it’s five towns along the Ligurian coast).

Map of Tonfano Pier showing Pietrasanta at the foot of the hill, right before the Alpes Apuane where the white marble is quarried.
View from the end of Tonfano Pier.

Or you can take a bus to Pietrasanta center (about 2 miles away), at the foot of the hill for an evening in Cenatown (with a great selection of outdoors cafes and small restaurant).

Entrance from Pietrasanta train station through the 12th Century town wall to Michelangelo Square.
Michelangelo Square in Pietrasanta from the train station entrance side.
From Pietrasanta to the Lucca walls within 30 minutes.

Lucca with it’s ancient walls still surrounding the city, where one could draw, have a picnic or go for a bike ride.

One of the many views of Lucca from atop the wall.
Piazza dei Miracoli, Pisa.
Clifftop village of Riomaggiore (one of the 5 towns in Cinque Terre), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Liguria, Italy.