Vizzata is one of the tiny hamlets that make up San Cassiano.
Rain clouds threatened to make their way across the mountain behind the village the afternoon I was there, but the rain held off long enough for me to have a look around.
I parked my car at the car park at the bottom of the village as I couldn’t see a road in. The little path into the centre was lined with pretty gardens and flower filled pots.
Vizzata is very tiny. I don’t know how many people live there, but I suspect it is not many. There are some very interesting buildings, including a few renovators’ delights.
There were some very tired cats resting in quiet spots.
Don’t miss Vizzata on your travels around Bagni di Lucca.