|Pic by Patrizia De Marco|
|Via di Montioni|
|Via Aurelia in the sunset|
|Moijto at Peperoncino in Festa|
I think my son was cooked afterward. We had a cheap dinner in the town square at the Peperoncino in Festa street food three days and we went to sleep.
|By mbk to Cala Violina|
|Cala Violina: what a beauty!|
Cala Violina itself is a splendid place: the small sand beach was crowded but it was quieter on the rocks, probably because it isn't easy to get there with a lot of stuff. We spead a towel on a flat rock and sat on contemplation. The water is totally transparent, the sea bottom is made of horizontal large stone layers and then, beyond a short step of more fragmentary rocks, a sandy deeper depth. We took a bath in the blue freezing sea, delighted and thrilled: what a beauty all around!
We rode back, took a nap and then my son left. By the way: he took three trains in a row to get from Follonica to Castelfiorentino, all on his own and with his race bike. He had no problems so it could be done.
|Aire Flamenco on stage|
On Sunday I drove all the via Volterrana from Follonica to Montespertoli, on deserted roads crossing forests and climbing hills, passing Volterra and other ancient town, in the true Tuscan landscape, breathing the scent of thousands blooming yellow brooms.