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Cinque Terre, Italy

The Cinque Terre (the Five Lands or Five Towns) is a very beautiful National Park in Italy. It attracts millions of tourists every year.

Main sights attracting tourists:
- five very beautiful, vividly colored villages situated on the cliffs over the sea;
- hundreds of walking paths run along untouched landscape with very beautiful nature and fantastic scenery;
- old castles, walls and other ancient constructions;
- plenty of small beaches to fit every taste, including wild and hard-to-reach ones.

The main languages in Liguria: Italian and English. French, German or Spanish are used as well.
Currency in daily use: euro only.

Our website gives a very detailed information about one of the most beautiful areas of Italy and offers you the most useful advices that surely will be useful during your vacation. We recommend to examine the principal pages of our website in details and wish you to have a good rest!

Website was last updated: August, 2014.

  • Monterosso, Cinque Terre, Italy

    Monterosso

    Monterosso is the biggest and the oldest town in the Cinque Terre. The biggest beach is located here. It is a very beautiful place to visit and have some rest swimming and sunbathing.

  • Vernazza, Cinque Terre, Italy

    Vernazza

    Vernazza, in opinion of most tourists, is the prettiest town of the area. Unfortunately, after the terrible flood in 2011, that was the town that struggled the most, but by joint efforts it was managed to rebuild it.

  • Corniglia, Cinque Terre, Italy

    Corniglia

    Corniglia is the most central as well as the smallest and highest of the main Cinque Terre’s villages. A very beautiful panoramic view opens up over the entire National Park Riviera from this height.

  • Manarola, Cinque Terre, Italy

    Manarola

    Manarola is the second town of the National Park. It is detached from Riomaggiore for 500 meters only, which all the tourists prefer to pass by a path hewed in the rock in the 20s of the past century.

  • Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre, Italy

    Riomaggiore

    Riomaggiore is the first village of the Cinque Terre you meet travelling from La Spezia. Usually, tourists start their journey exactly there. The town is divided into two parts connected by an underground tunnel. The famous Way of Love (La via dell'Amore) begins just here.

  • Portovenere, Cinque Terre, Italy

    Portovenere

    Portovenere is a very wonderful town nearby. It is not a part of the Cinque Terre, but as the entire region, it is under protection of UNESCO. Palmaria island is situated nearby delighting you with its picturesque views.

  • The walking paths

    The walking paths are the main attraction of the National Park. There are hundreds of them here. Tourists allover the world come just to walk here and dip into the world of nature.

  • Everything about the beaches

    Everything about the beaches: though there are many beaches, all of them are small. Sand can be found only on several beaches of Monterosso, the others are covered by pebbles and stones.

  • Everything about the restaurants

    Everything about the restaurants: description of the best restaurants in each city of the Cinque Terre, with their location on the map, photographs and other useful information.