Luigi Terroni could never have guessed that his destiny was to found London’s first Italian delicatessen.
A unique opportunity to acquire a restored village house located in the tiny medieval village of Malgrate with its magnificent castle, where properties rarely come on the market.
After around eight months of planning and preparation, I’m about to set off on my solo walk from Lunigiana to Rome, leaving from my home in Malgrate.
Not far from Aulla on the Via Francigena, and affording amazing views over the Magra Valley, are the ruins of Bibola Castle.
On Sunday 24 May 2015, some of Lunigiana’s historic homes will be opening up their private gardens to the public.
Don’t miss the Giro d’Italia as it passes through Lunigiana on 13 May 2015.
2015 visitor information for the Grotte di Equi GeoArcheoPark.
Have you ever wondered why you see so many Via Francigena pilgrims walking down the main roads rather than cross country in Lunigiana?
A recipe from the cookbook, Piatti Chiari, by Tiziana Falorni of Ristorante Alla Piazza di Sopra in Filetto.
Opening hours for the castle.
A great place to discover and share hiking routes in Lunigiana.
The third in a series of art exhibitions will be opened at the Comune di Tresana in Barbarasco on 14 March 2015.