Cinque Terre Riomaggiore, Manarola, Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia.
Cinque Terre, Riomaggiore, Manarola
Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia
Are five small towns on the rocks, only five towns in the world where people of working age given by the council to transform little fertile land in the village sea, rich in fertile patios, full of life-giving plants such as olive trees and vines.
Bays, beaches, cliffs, caves, sea cliffs, fish, fish up to almost whales, is part of the reasons why the Cinque Terre, Italy is the land protected. Unique environment, unique in the world, created by the coast and sea cliffs of bays and small beaches thousands of miles walls signaling boundaries between cultivated fields of vines, characteristic rusticity, medieval villages, shrines, scenic coastal paths, Cinque Terre has been recognized by the UNESCO World Owned humanity ‘in 1997, and today are the National Park and Protected Maritime Zone.
Area Cinque Terre
fee coast, stretching from Punta Mesco, the Levanto, up to Punta Montenero, next to Portovenere, 10 km east of Spezia, ribbon of earth and rocks length of 15 km and a width of 3, which wanders between the sea and the hills. Huddled rocks, located between the hills of the mountain falling into the sea are the Cinque Terre: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore, whose long isolation, caused by the difficulty of calls (work on the railway line Genova – La Spezia ended in 1874) helped in maintaining the charm of the village.
Riomaggiore – Cinque Terre
Leaving from La Spezia, the first encountered this town of Riomaggiore. The settlement which is full of stairs and rocks, which are located between the houses with slate roofs, houses painted its typical Ligurian colors. At the main street running stream Rivus Maior, from which the name of the village. In Riomaggiore begins with the famous Street of Love (LA VIA DELL’AMORE), known path cut through the rocks, the sea cliff. Stroll the romantic alley that leads to Manarola is an experience unique. He admires the unique landscapes, listening to the sound of waves hitting the rocks, breathing in the fresh air.
Manarola – Cinque Terre
Rocky, precipitous headland, set on a dark rock, between two impressive rocks, the place where the next town – Manarola. On the shoulders of Manarola you can admire the typical patios with vineyards and walls with mortars; going down to the sea is a charming arcades and viewpoints of extraordinary beauty. The most note is the path of Love Street (LA VIA DELL’AMORE), which connects Manarola and Riomaggiore. Walk through this short distance cut the rocks, and you can view green valleys on one side and the blue sky, on the other.