Garfagnana and Serchio Valley territory in Tuscany is a stunningly beautiful area, boasting picturesque landscapes, enchanting medieval villages, and a plethora of outdoor activities. And, of course, it's a photographer's paradise.
The city of Barga is nestled amid the Apennine Mountains and is a must-see destination. It's a small, ancient town with a rich cultural history and an impressive cathedral.
Two other very picturesque villages to photograph are Coreglia Antelminelli, with the snow-capped peaks of the Apennines in the background, and Fabbriche di Vallico, with its characteristic bridge, known as Ponte della Dogana.
The Devil's Bridge is a historic stone bridge near Borgo A Mozzano, built in the 11th century. The bridge is a popular tourist attraction thanks to its awe-inspiring and unusual design. It is said to have been made by the Devil, hence the bridge's name.
The Orecchiella Park is one of the most beautiful nature reserves in Tuscany, with breathtaking views of the Apennines, lush forests and meadows, and a wide variety of wildlife. This park is also home to the Garfagnana wolf population. It is an excellent spot for hiking, cycling, and horseback riding.
The snow in Garfagnana blankets the picturesque hills and mountain ranges every winter, providing a beautiful wintery landscape, excellent for photography.