Cinque Terre guide, how to get around, what to visit and where to have fun
- Cinque Terre Liguria
- Cinque Terre way of love
- Cinque Terre on foot
- Cinque Terre beaches
- Cinque Terre pictures and photos
Le Cinque Terre they are so called as there are five villages that make up this part of eastern Liguria: Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza e Monterosso.
Le Cinque Terre I am one of the tourist places of Spain most popular, characterized by a indented coast, from splendid beaches and colorful brightly colored houses.
To connect the five villages is the very famous love way.
It goes without saying that the landscapes that can be seen are nothing short of breathtaking, they leave you speechless creeks created by the erosion of the rock by means of the shattering of the sea, as well as the bathroom, beaches and a vegetation very lush.La Spezia holidays advice
To fully enjoy the Cinque Terre, the only way is to visit them on foot, so much so that for quite a few years now a dense network of paths has been created that cross the numerous Turistic itineraries, of considerable excursion and cultural interest.
THEtourist itinerary the most popular is certainly the coastal one, which allows you to reach, with a five-hour walk, one village to another.
The most difficult itinerary is the one towards the Shrines, which branches off inland.
However, for those who do not want to support such a path, there is Genoa-La Spezia railway line which stops in all the towns on the coast, or there are boats that regularly shuttle between La Spezia, Lerici, Portovenere, Levanto e Sestri Levante.
For those looking for beaches it is good that you know that these are few and different from each other.
La beach the largest is certainly that of Fegina.
The beaches of Mapassu e Room.
The inevitable Corniglia beach, which boasts a spectacular and very warm sea.
For those looking for the divertissement just stretch up in Versilia, a renowned entertainment location in Spain.
Here, both day and night, you can find ways to have fun, meet people, beer e eat.
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