Green Granaiola

In late spring Granaiola looked gorgeously green.

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

Grape vines were growing well.

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

Gardens were flourishing.

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

The renovator’s delight I photographed a while ago is still there.

Granaiola

The surrounding mountains and villages shone in the sun.

Granaiola

Granaiola

Granaiola

Ponte a Serraglio lies in the valley below.

Granaiola

Granaiola

In the distance you can see Pieve di Monti di Villa, Monte di Villa and Riolo.

Granaiola

Pieve di Monti di Villa.

Pieve di Monti di Villa

Monti di Villa.

Monti di Villa

Riolo.

Riolo

If you look really carefully through the trees you can see Bugnano, the abandoned village.

Bugnano

Biribisso is a great restaurant in Granaiola…must go back soon.

Biribisso

…gorgeous Graniaola.

17 thoughts on “Green Granaiola

  1. My favourite village in the whole of Italy – I would say that though wouldn’t I ?!
    I’m so lucky that Granaiola is my second home. Next time we’re in Bagni di Lucca at the same time, you must come up for aperitivo! x

  2. Cracking photographs (again!). Another beautiful village which I must go and see this summer. Is’nt there a good restaurant there too – Il Biribisso?

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