Tremoli, an Italian Town

A modern concrete spiral staircase leads from the harbor (and the parking lot) up to the old town with its narrow streets and archways.

The Romanesque cathedral dates from the 13th century.

Everywhere you can see streets, squares and restaurants named after Frederick II, who also built the massive Staufercastell.

From the Belvedere next to the Castell you have a wonderful view to the beach.

6 thoughts on “Tremoli, an Italian Town

  1. Amazing staircase, and that small arch in that cobblestone street looks so Italian! Also love the white building with the roman architecture, and the beach – perfect views of this place! Makes me want to again to Italy!
    From All Seasons wishing you a beautiful time on your trip:)

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