Map of the Cinque Terre walking trails
There are too many walking trails laid in the Cinque Terre, thus we have mapped out only the best ones.
Use the link below the map to open it in a new window.
If you have Google Earth program installed, you can see all the paths just thereand estimate the path altitude on the mountains in 3D.
For this, download and run this file: (download).
For phone - add our map to the collection of your maps and open them via Google app; thanks to the GPS you will see your location.
Using the menu on the left, you can go to the pages of the main paths and look through the map separately.
TIP: on the official website of the park there is a graphic map of all the paths, you can use it as well (unlike our website - the official one is not always up to date). Download in pdf format (about 4 MB).
Red indicates temporarily closed trails. Click on a path to read its status and name.
Trails, which are temporarily closed or have limited access*:
Total trails: more than 100.
Most frequented: 38 (shown on the map).
Closed for repair: 5.
2a, Riomaggiore - Manarola: The main part of the trail is closed (expected to open in April 2018). Reason: Only small part is open from Manarola to small bar in the middle of the trail. The second part will not be open up to 2018.
2b, Manarola - Corniglia: The trail is closed for a long period (approximately till: 2018). Reason: see photo (2016).
2d, Vernazza - Monterosso al Mare: The trail is temporarily inaccessible (expected to open in February 25, 2017). Reason: winter maintenance.
4b, Trail 4c - Campiglia: The trail is closed for a long period (expected to open in April 2017).
11a, Trail 1 - Sea: The main part of the trail is closed.
4, Biassa - Schiara (sea): The descent to the coast is temporarily inaccessible.
4c, Trail 1 - Cape of Merlino: The descent to the coast is temporarily inaccessible.
X2, Trail 2 - Beach Guvano: The trail is inaccessible at some places. Reason: It is dangerous, you can do it but pay close attention.
* N.B. Information about access to trails may change any time. Information is available at tourist office of every railway station.
Article last updated: February 2017.