A magical Place to Visit

Five villages in the most beautiful part of the Italian Riviera, seem forgotten by time and are a dream destination for lovers of unpretentious beauty.

Five little ancient fishing villages, characterized by colorful houses, clinging to the rocks, offering also beautiful little beaches and panoramic trails, unique in the world.

Manarola

The oldest village of Cinque Terre hangs over the small harbor with its steep cliffs and deep, green waters. Sunbathing and diving from the rocks are almost obligatory rituals in this village.

Corniglia

Unlike the other villages, Corniglia is the only one that does not have direct access to the sea. It is built on the top of the hill surrounded by vineyards.

Vernazza

The colorful village of 1,000 inhabitants is one of the most stylish of the Italian Riviera, but also the most comfortable for walking, since it has the fewest hills.

Cars are banned in Vernazza, an authentic fishing village in pastel pink, yellow and turquoise shades.

Monterosso al Mare

The largest and highest village of Cinque Terre is divided into the medieval and the new part that are joined together by a tunnel.
The old part is built between narrow medieval paved alleys and the new stretches along the long sandy beach.

Riomaggiore

It is the closest village in La Spezia and it dates back to the 13th century.
Built between two steep hills, the village has colorful tower houses that reach the small beach and harbor while is famous for its wine.

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