I visited more of the many villages that make up Bagni di Lucca in 2014. I have now been to almost all of them and there is at least one post on each.
Here are some that I visited this year to add to my collection of photos of beautiful Bagni di Lucca. If you click on the name of the village a relevant post will appear.
I went for a winter walk in Lugliano.
Montefegatesi never disappoints.
San Gemignano di Controne has pretty gardens and winding lanes.
Nearby Gombereto looked beautiful in spring.
I went for a delightful walk outside Longoio with fellow blogger Francis and his wife through an enchanted forest with ancient stone trails. We met some beautiful animals along the way.
Mobiano is a tiny hamlet near Longoio where I went for a summer wander.
Beautiful Crasciana beckoned from its position high above the Lima Valley.
A little further on, Crasciana Alta offers even higher views over the valley and surrounding mountains.
I drove past lofty Lucchio on my way back from a trip to Bologna. From the other side of the valley you can really see how it clings like a limpet to the side of the mountain.
Pieve di Controne is one of the prettiest of the villages. It sits peacefully on a plateau overlooking the beautiful villages beyond.
Cembroni is one of the hamlets that make up San Cassiano di Controne, once the most populated area of Bagni Di Lucca.
I look forward to continuing my visits to the villages in 2015. You can see all of those I have been to so far by clicking…The Villages