Here’s Linda Naiman’s summer trip to Tuscany where she was invited to an artist’s residency called Culterra Magica at the Garfagnana Alps. She shared some photos of her unforgettable trip showing the sights, the food, the lifestyle, the culture and all of her creative advetures in Tuscany!
I was enchanted by Tuscany from the moment I arrived at the Pisa airport. Fields of sunflowers greeted us as we drove past medieval villages and up into the mountains to Canalechia, home to Culterra Magica. Canalechia was once a chestnut farm and the farmhouse is a charming 400 year-old stone building (shown above) with glorious views of the Garfagnan mountains.