The villages of Bagni di Lucca

It is 2 years since I began Bella Bagni di Lucca. In that time I have tried to visit all the villages that make up Bagni di Lucca. They are scattered along the Lima River and in the mountains on either side.

Here are the villages I have visited so far, in alphabetical order. Click on the name to see more of the village.

Benabbio.

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Brandeglio.

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Bugnano.

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Cappella.

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Casabasciana.

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Casoli.

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Cocciglia.

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Colle.

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Fornoli.

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Granaiola.

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Gombereto

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Guzzano.

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La Villa.

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Limano.

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Livizzano.

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Longoio.

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Lucchio.

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Lugliano.

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Montefegatesi.

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Monti di Villa.

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Pallegio.

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Pieve di Monti di Villa.

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Ponte a Serraglio.

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Riolo.

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San Cassiano.

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San Gemignano

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Vetteglia.

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Vico Pancellorum.

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I hope to make my way to the villages I have missed over the next few months. I know I must see Crasciano, Mobiano, and a few others. Let me know of any more you want to see.

37 thoughts on “The villages of Bagni di Lucca

  1. Done, Debra.
    As you say, there are so many beautiful villages and hamlets in the area that the choice is difficult. I do not understand why they have not been entered on the “Beautiful Village in Italy” list. I have visited places on that list that are not as beautiful as the ones featured here.

  2. These posts were all so fabulous, they’re a joy to revisit – the photos make me feel as if I’m there – and you are such a tireless researcher! It’s such a pity that in some of those towns the young people are moving away, it would be tragic if these towns simply faded away.

  3. Hello Debra,

    Lovely pics! I recommend you take a look at a couple of villages we’ve visited, which aren’t on your list: Crasciana and Pieve di Controne.

    Many thanks,
    Lindsey

  4. I don’t think I will get bored when I move there. And the there are all the other cities and towns on you other blog. Nice days rides to keep the bikes rolling.

  5. I can’t wait to read your write ups for San Gemignano and Pieve di Controne. Two villages near and dear to my heart!!

  6. Really nice photos liked the statue with the water, I have a few pics of
    Riolo I could share. Keep on looking , Bob G

  7. Great pictures, thanks again for giving us all a reminder of why we like to spend time (any time!) in and around Bagni. Its beautiful all year round, how lucky we are, what with the world in the state its in, to be able to go there.

  8. You brought back beautiful memories; ‘love the pictures. I didn’t know you were a talented photographer. The most beautiful town I member is Fiesole. You mentioned San Gemignano, and I understand why you want to go there, too. Those towns are all so special.

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  11. Hi Debra. Do you rent your apartment in Ponte a Serraglio? If you don’t can you refer me to someone who does?I am looking for a place that accommodates 3 adults for June 10 and 11 with a view of the Lima river like your apartment has. Thank you for any assistance you can provide. Kim

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