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Photos of Positano, Amalfi, Tuscany and Venice

Ana Lia Fite has travelled up and down the Italian boot. She loves this land with a passion which she captures in her photos.

Many of these photos she has shared with us and our fans via our Facebook page. The Facebook page has grown so quickly and so very many of our fans are sharing photos that we are slowly opening gallery pages on the website to showcase these photos. You can see some of the other galleries on our main photo gallery page.

To see Ana's photos simply scroll down and enjoy. You are welcome to share them on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest too. Italy is the land of amore so sharing that amore can never be a bad thing...the world could certainly use it!


Ana's Italy

Amalfi Coast Lemon Shop

A shop dedicated to the pursuit of lemons on the Amalfi coast. The lemons here are the biggest I've ever seen and the fragrance and taste is unlike any other lemons - no wonder they make so much Limoncello  here.  By the way, for some of the most wonderful hotels on the Amalfi coast, have a sneak preview of our Amalfi Secrets...Revealed Guide.



Positano

The view from the breakfast table looking out across Positano. Can you think of a better way to start the day?


Sentiero Degli Dei  Positano

A glimpse of the sea on the Sentiero degli Dei near Positano. The name means the "walk of the Gods" and the walk offers spectacular views of one of the loveliest coastlines in all of Europe. It can be quite strenous though so you need to make sure you are fairly fit before undertaking it. 

This whole coastline is known as the "Amalfi Coast" - if you've never been (or even if you have) check out this Amalfi gallery - it's guaranteed to have you wanting to visit.


A window on Italy

A window on Venice. I have always loved these shuttered windows with colorful flowerboxes. You find them all over Italy and not just in Venice. They are so typically Italian that I included them on my "Typically Italian List" - you can see my list here.



Tuscany

Toscana Tuscany
Tuscany Italy

Both photos above were taken last summer while Ana was cycling through Tuscany. Bicycle is a superb way to explore Italy and there are some fabulous cycling tours and trails throughout Italy - contact me if you'd like a few ideas. 


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