Riolo revisited

Late spring seemed like the perfect time for another visit to Riolo.

Riolo

There is a car park at the bottom of the village and it is a pleasant walk up to the pretty piazza in the centre of town.

Riolo

Riolo

Riolo

Riolo

There is a fountain where you can get a cool drink of water.

Riolo

There is a fine collection of interesting doorways and colourful gardens.

Riolo

Riolo

Fruit, vegetables and flowers thrive in the hot weather.

Riolo

Riolo

Riolo

Riolo

Riolo

There are always great views from the mountain villages.

Riolo

Riolo

Riolo

I met a couple of four legged residents.

Riolo

Riolo

On my way out I saw the preparations for next winter…which seems a long way off.

Riolo

 

 

18 thoughts on “Riolo revisited

  1. Every street, every house in Italian towns or villages has details and these details fascinated me… Sometimes at the windows, or at the doors or in the gardens… Everything art in there… Fascinated me this place and your photographs. And dear Debra, you are going to be a cat & dog photographer, they are so beautiful and so lovely, Thank you dear, Have a nice day, love, nia

  2. Another lovely little village….I especially like the little courtyard with the geraniums and the mountain views. I don’t think you would every get tired of looking out at the changing seasons on the mountains.

  3. Love the pictures – My dad grew up in Riolo, Italy. Came to the states at 18 and is still living here now. He will love these pics!

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