We had lunch again at the wonderful Buca di Baldabo in Vico Pancellorum. It was a beautiful day and after lunch we ventured into new territory when we headed uphill from the restaurant.
The name Vico Pancellorum may have come from ‘panis celorum’ – heavenly bread, but more probably from a type of grass, ‘panicellum’ which grew in the area. The town is ancient and now has a population of only about 120 inhabitants.
Come for a walk to the top of the village.
We walked back to the car through beautiful chestnut trees.
The birds were singing, wildlfowers line the road and the air is heavenly. What more could you wish for?
Click here to see the other post on Vico Pancellorum which talks about the delicious food at Buca di Baldabo and the lower part of the village.
There is an official website for Vico Pancellorum…vicopancellorum.toscana.it