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Cinque Terre

Entered in the "World Heritage List" list by UNESCO in 1997, the Cinque Terre area
has been recognized as one of the most beautiful naturalistic sites in the world.

The Cinque Terre are made up of five small hamlets perched one behind the other along a stretch
of rocky coastline of about 10 km of the Ligurian east, offering a unique scenery of its kind.

The five countries (Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore), connected to each other by a very wide network of paths,
have preserved their authentic beauty, maintaining their urban structure unchanged over time, rising in a hilly area with steep gradients,
which makes them accessible mainly by sea or land on foot and by train.
It is strongly advised not to reach them by car, being that the current streets are the ancient walkways
for the mules and because of the lack of parking, except for Monterosso.
The terraces of vineyards that extend vertically to the sea are famous throughout the world,
thanks to ancient methods of building walls transmitted for generations.

Monterosso

also the largest and served of the five villages and the only one with a long sandy beach.

Monterosso beach

The first village that crosses the promontory of Punta Mesco coming from Levanto is Monterosso.
Formed by a new part, Fegina, and from an older and characteristic area to be discovered along the typical carruggi,
Monterosso is also the largest and served of the five villages and the only one with a long sandy beach.


Vernazza

Vernazza overlooks the sea with a characteristic amphitheater form

Houses encircled in Vernazza

Probably the most photographed of the Cinque Terre, Vernazza overlooks the sea with a characteristic amphitheater
form of pastel-colored houses that frame this small bay that usually tugs with typical Ligurian fishermen and locals.


Corniglia

On a 100-meter high promontory full of vineyards

The perched village of Corniglia

The only country not to be on the sea, but on a 100-meter high promontory full of vineyards, with a staircase of 377 steps,
Corniglia retains a genuine country charm and is probably the least touristy resort of the Cinque Terre.


Manarola

Perched on the cliff

Village of Manarola

Manarola is amongst all one of the most typical and wild villages, perched on the cliff, with a small harbor from where you can admire colorful houses
and from where starts a series of narrow alleys on which you often see boats lying in front of the houses instead of cars.
From here starts the famous path of the Via dell'Amore with which you can reach the nearby Riomaggiore in about twenty minutes on foot.


Riomaggiore

An example of the beauty of the Cinque Terre

Marina dug into the rock of Riomaggiore

Like Manarola, Riomaggiore is located on top of the rock, dominated by Mediterranean vegetation and is perhaps the quietest of the five villages.
An example of the beauty of the Cinque Terre this village has a marina dug into the rock and is surrounded by many colorful houses in typical Ligurian style.