Agriturismo Fanny

loc. Le solca, Casoli val di Lima
55022, Bagni di Lucca
P.IVA 02164030468
Tel.: +(0039)3471930723


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Fortezza di Verrucole

Fortezza di Verrucole

Fortress Verrucole dominates a large area of Garfagnana much of the history of this valley and 'passed beneath its walls. Verrucole The name derives from the fact that the construction and 'at the top, on a rocky cliff and almost inaccessible Verrucola means just offshore. The fort, after years of abandonment, in 1986 and 'was purchased by the Municipality of San Romano in Garfagnana. Thanks to wise restoration work carried out over the last decade, now appears to the visitor in all its grandeur. The construction follows the whole profile of a hill shaped like a ship.

Museo del Castagno

A Colognora chestnut has always been the main source of livelihood for the people of the valley. Since ancient times the inhabitants of the country exploit its wood to keep warm, to make furniture and furnishings, and its fruit for food.
But its leaves are used for animal feed, are not lost. That is precisely Colognora was home to the Museo del Castagno. His birth was made possible thanks to the volunteers, who study the Valley's economy and Stoia Roggio.
Their work made ​​it possible to retrieve items that had been exposed in the premises of the parish since 1979. It 'was the discovery of a scroll (dated 1828) that shows the presence of a forest of chestnut trees in this area to push developers to dedicate the museum to the history of the chestnut.

Parco Orechiella

The park occupies a vast area with trails that have varying levels of difficulty, we suggest a route can be enjoyed by all and particularly attractive to children. Once you reach the visitor center, follow the path that leads to the "garden of flowers and mountain where you can walk among colorful plant species. Through a small forest of pine trees where you can reach some fences are hosted and protected animal species such as deer, grouse and black bears. The trail ends back at the visitors center.



Lucchio (670 meters above sea level) is a country little known but very beautiful and charming, although he has kept intact the original medieval structure. It 'an agglomeration "clinging" to the rock, consisting of tall, narrow houses very close together, surmounted by an ancient fortress which, centuries ago, was a strategic point for the control of the road communication in the valley. E 'surrounded by high mountains, whose vegetation consists mainly of chestnut trees. The birth of the country can be traced back to around the year one thousand, and its history and its people have always been linked to the fortress. In the past, the population was very large, but after the fort lost every aspect of defense, the number of population began to decline more and more, reaching to the present share of about 40 souls. During the summer, however, the country became repopulated by the return of the inhabitants migrated to tourists and holidaymakers.



Lago di gramolazzo

It is located in the municipality of Minucciano, is a place for those who want to spend a few hours of entertainment thanks to the picnic areas with wooden tables which open directly on the lake in the woods.


Pisa, Piazza dei Miracoli


Orrido di Botri

Orrido di Botri

The Ravine Botri is a spectacular limestone gorge carved over time by the flowing waters of streams and Mariana rebel, who then come together to form the Rio Pelago.
During the summer, when water flow is lower and the temperature a bit 'warmer, you can climb the final stretch, from Ponte a Gaio to the pool.
The steep walls of horror come in some places up to 200 m. high, and have always been an ideal nesting site for the Golden Eagle.


Ponte del Diavolo, Borgo a Mozzano

The bridge was built to connect the two banks of the Serchio, at the confluence of Lima, and so to reach the hot springs of Bagno a Corsenna, then called Bagni di Lucca. It is said that the name of Ponte della Maddalena Dervio by a statue of the saint, now preserved in the church of San Jacopo di Borgo a Mozzano and which was then located on the left bank of the River. According to author Nicholas Tegrino, the bridge was built by the Countess Matilde di Canossa, while Castruccio Castracani, at its own expense, had it restored. According to legend, however, the bridge was built by St. Julian, who, failing to finish higher learning, sought the help of the devil, who agreed to finish the job in exchange for the first passer-by who had gone through.


Agriturismo Fanny
P.IVA 02164030468
loc. Le solca, Casoli val di Lima 55022 Bagni di Lucca Tel.: +(0039)3471930723
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