There are several bridges crossing the Lima River in Bagni di Lucca, but Ponte Maggio which crosses to Casoli is probably the prettiest.
The river looks very inviting from the bridge. I went down to the water here last year and dipped my toes in. I was very tempted to dive in.
It was a bit cool on my recent visit, but I’m sure this bit of the river will be popular when the weather warms up.
As always, gorgeous pictures! Thank you for sharing.
This is a very pretty part of the river.
It looks divine. Your photos are beautiful
Spring is a beautiful time to be in Bagni di Lucca.
Great in summer when you swim under it and look at it from below.
That sounds like fun. I think the water would still be very cool.
Oh I need to investigate –
It’s lovely Debra!! Where, exactly, is it?
It is the bridge to Casoli. You will see the Ponte Maggio sign on the Brennero just before you see the sign for Casoli.
These are lovely photos of Ponte Maggio. I live in the very next village Ponte Coccia and so I very often cross here en route up to Casoli. Such a pretty spot, I agree, and in mid summer I truly recommend a dip in the Lima just beneath the bridge there!!! Bravery much needed however, even in estate!!
I can imagine that the water would be cold. It would have to be a hot day indeed.
Enjoy news from Bagni and photographed the bridge last time I was there https://www.facebook.com/media/set/edit/a.724963294182652.1073741862.111436535535334/ Very much looking forward to my next visit in September
September is a lovely time to visit Bagni di Lucca.
Beautiful photographs and views… Thank you dear Debra, have a nice day, Love, nia
The Lima River is beautiful.
My husband and son swam here a couple of years ago (while I watched!). Even in August the water temp was bracing but they loved it! It is a wonderful spot.
It must be great on a really hot day.
Crossed the little bridge several times…either on our way to Casoli or just to stop and enjoy the views.
It is a very pretty section of the river.
There used to be an old bridge where our mill is, it was called Ponte Vecchio and the locality across the river is still called that way.nthe old bridge was destroyed back in the 1730’s and was replaced around that time by the Ponte Nuovo, which still stands and takes us to the Post Office and downtown. There are very interesting bridges in the area.bi wish the Ponte Vecchio was still standing….
Looks special … can’t wait to see this one …. now if I can just find the right tour guide.
The water looks such a beautiful colour. You are surrounded by such gorgeousness! 😋