This is Levanto, about 8 miles down the coast from Deiva Marina.

Camping Aqua Dolce. There was a pizzeria close to our pitch, so the cook pretty much went on strike for the duration. Staff!

Local Flora

The local church…13th Century.

Part of the medieval walls which surrounded Levanto in days bygone. The castle is described in the wall plaque as a “4 sided cylinder” This unusual nomenclature derives from an old Italian school of geometry known as geometrio allo vino, started by Antonio Pythagorio (a relative of Pythagoras) in the 2nd century.

Rambling about Europe with the Kray Twins (Colin and Penny).

Posted in 2013 Spring
2 comments on “Levanto
  1. Running Bear says:

    Black and white stripes should be vertical

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