Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre

Unforgettable trip in one of the most beautiful places of Italy, between little village, above the sea. Five little villages on one of the most beautiful coastline of Italy, enchanting places as: Riomaggiore, Vernazza, Manarola, Corniglia and Monterosso al Mare.

Riomaggiore is the first little village with colored houses, it has an urban layout made up of a series of footpaths which follow the outline of the land. These steep footpaths allow direct access to the upper floors of some of the houses, the oldest of which are tower-like and built vertically in parallel clusters. Overlooking the village is the parish church of Saint John the Baptist, ‘San Giovanni Battista’, built in 1340 by the Bishop of Luni. In 1870, the facade began to crumble and was rebuilt in the Gothic style. Nearby is the house where Telemaco Signorini stayed on a number of occasions after 1870. Characteristic features of the village were portrayed in many of his paintings. Freetime to visit the village and possibility to walk on the way of love till Manarola. The way of love is impossible to miss for its landscapes and is very easy to find, just at the left of Riomaggiore station’s square you can find the beginning of this beautiful footpath. Entrance € 3 per person.

Cinque Terre continues by boat to Vernazza, with a path with breath-taking views winding along Mediterranean groves and partly deserted fields and vineyards.

Monterosso is the last stop ,the western part of the Cinque Terre , it is protected by hills covered with vineyards and olive groves and is surrounded by vegetation and its beautiful beaches, steep rugged cliffs and crystal-clear waters, makes this one of the most charming resorts on the Ligurian Riviera of the east. The medieval tower “Aurora”, located on the hills of the Cappuccini, separates the ancient part of the village from the more modern part. In the church of Saint Francis “San Francesco” works of great importance such as the Crucifixion, believed by many to have been painted by Van Dyck, are preserved. The village’s delightful hotels are popular for their warm and friendly atmosphere and the village’s restaurants offer customers the chance to try the local Ligurian dishes accompanied with the famous Cinque Terre wine.

During Cinque Terre Tour try a lunch in a typical restaurant to taste the specialities of Cinque Terre and free time to visit the village and its beautiful beaches.


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