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 through an enchanted forest with ancient stone trails. I 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
Fabulous photos! So many beautiful places to discover! Happy New Year!
Visiting the villages of Bagni di Lucca has kept me busy for some time. They are all different and interesting in their own way. I will be back soon to continue my discoveries. Happy New Year!
Lovely photographs and such a gorgeous village 🙂
BagnI Di Lucca is a collection of around 25 small villages, some of which have even smaller hamlets. I have visited just about all of them and will continue in 2015 with my camera in hand.
Fantastic. I can’t wait to see your posts 🙂
Thank you. I love the villages that make up Bagni di Lucca.
So glad you remember that nice walk with us at Longoio.
I loved that walk through the enchanted forest around Longoio. It should be on everyone’s agenda when they visit Bagni di Lucca.
Lovely photos Debra…imagine you are looking forward to returning in 2015.
I will be back in mid February and will be heading off to the villages with my camera clutched in my hand.
So beautiful villages dear Debra, I love your photography, Thank you. Happy New Year, love, nia
Happy New Year Nia and thank you for your kind comments. I love to visit the villages and take photos of these gorgeous places.
Lovely land. Happy new Year Debra!
Bagni di Lucca is a beautiful part of the world. I feel very lucky to be able to spend so much time there.
I’ve always enjoyed seeing the area through the lens of your camera. Your photos are always so interesting…you capture the little things that others would miss. I’m looking forward to the New Year and where you will take us.
Thank you for taking the time to visit and comment. I will be back soon to Bagni di Lucca to revisit the villages in search of delights.
Thank you for another year of interesting, tantalizing and beautiful blogs. I keep an re-visiting them time and time again through different links. Wishing you and your family a marvelous year!
Soon we will be able to visit the villages together and discover the beautiful things each one has to offer.
Wonderful! There is so much to see and every season brings new views. Looking forward to discovering the area.
What a beautiful collection! Thank you, Debra for all your work and efforts and for all you do to make our little piece of paradise better known. Happy New Year!
I love to share Bagni di Lucca with the world. I would like to see lots more people visit Nd enjoy the villages.
I visited several of these villages enjoying their uniqueness, peacefulness and beauty. Some of these ones you write about I have not heard of. So much more to see when I return
It has taken me quite a while to get to all of the villages. I have enjoyed every one and look forward to revisiting in different seasons.
Love that you posted this Debra!
Happy New Year! Hope to see you in the spring in Italy
The usual high standard of photography that we have come to expect … and I likethe linking theme of the local villages.
Thank you! I love to share the villages of Bagni di Lucca with the world.
Thanks for the follow Debra
Yes, that’s just how I feel about Le Marche.
Thanks so much for introducing us to so many lovely places. You’re giving me a LONG wish list for my next time in Italy!
Unfortunately one lifetime is not enough to enjoy all that Italy has to offer.
What a wonderful way to reflect on 2014! Happy New Year, Debra. May 2015 bring you more marvellous discoveries and adventures.
I will certainly be out and about looking for more delights in Bagni di Lucca to share.
Thank you for the birds eye tour of the villages of BDL. Looking forward to more in 15.
I am hoping for some snow when I return next month. The villages look gorgeous with a snowy cover.
Yes…very beautiful Deb. I look forward to the day that I see these quaint and peaceful villages in the flesh. One simply never tires of beautiful Italia, no matter how many times you may have visited.
Congratulations of the beautiful work! Montefegatesi is outstanding! It brings me back to my youth, I was walking from Pieve to Montefegatesi in the winter time. Keep up your great work!
From the far west,
Thank you for your kind comments. I will be back in Bagni di Lucca soon and look forward to visiting all the villages. Montefegatesi is a favourite.