Montefegatesi revisited

I had only been to Montefegatesi in winter, so I thought I should take a look in warmer weather. Last time I was in the village I took the high road to the top. This time I went the other way, winding down towards the bottom.

Come for a walk through the tiny streets of Montefegatesi in lovely spring.

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This white furry bundle is not a cat.

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It is a cute little rabbit roaming free on a terrace.

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I’ll be back soon to Bagni di Lucca for late summer and autumn…..can’t wait.

Click here to see the previous post on Montefegatesi to see the high road and the statue of Dante Alighieri watching over the village.

25 thoughts on “Montefegatesi revisited

  1. I can understand why Debra! It will be lovely to have the latest news from Bagni di Lucca. Meanwhile this is such a sweet post. And I really love the rustic terracotta madonna too.

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  3. Montefegatesi is beautiful in spring, summer, autumn and winter. The changing seasons mean differences in the light and colours, but they all make these towns even more lovely. Autumn is really my favourite season. I love the golden glow that characterizes it. I can’t wait to get back there in October. We shall meet for coffee, Debra!

  4. This is such a beautiful post about a beautiful place. The rambling roses are just stunning. I’m sure even the summer sounds of the birds and the breeze must have been seductive. I was speculating on how possible it would be to live a self-sustaining lifestyle in such a place, and that made me wonder whether that beautiful bunny was intended for the pot:(. The people in Italy really celebrate the season of summer with their beautiful flowering pots don’t they. Your photography even makes a thing of beauty out of that old doorway – such pleasure Deb.

  5. Hi Debra, we were in Montefegatasi just a couple of days ago….just beautiful! Wonderful village to wander around. We have seen quite a few of the mountain villages now, and although some are similar they all have their own character and appeal. We are here in Bagni di Lucca for almost a week yet! So much to see!

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