Cinque Terre (literally meaning five lands) are 5 villages on the Italian Riviera. They are located in the Liguria region, west of the city of La Spezia. The five villages (in order, from north to south) are Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore.
From the Cinque Terre Travel Guide
The facilities at Casa Caterina were great, but the service was very concerning. We booked and paid for the "Deluxe on-suite" room, which was displayed on our booking printout. On arrival, we were instead put into the "Standard on-suite" room. ... more
Idilic if you are a traveller looking for somewhere to kick back and relax. I was in a single room which yes was small but when you have a beautiful court yard to sit in who really cares. Max people who can stay here is 8 so very peaceful. Megan is a very generous and warm hostess. ... more
If you are looking for a quiet, relaxing stay in one of the smallest villages of Cinque Terre, La Masarda is th eplace to rent! We really enjoyed everything, from the service to the cleanliness and espcially the restaurants and shops 2 minutes from our doorsteps, The matress could have been a bit more comfortable, but the rest of the faciliti ... more
The Little Piggie Who Couldn't
Finished with their teaching job at ACLE, the piggies set off for a travel adventure.... They began in Cinque Terre, "5 earths," with their friend Amanda, a tutor from the Montefalco/Bevanga camp. The adventure includes hiking through the coastal mountains from town to town....an all day event for sure ...
Posted in ThreeLittlePiggies by gabell
nonetheless to listen to people trying to ligne each other up for these shots. Yesterday we went to Cinque Terre, a UNESCO site of a series of five villages that are virtually unaccessible by car and to only be seasonally accessed by boat. There were narrow trails in the hillside that connects the villages, Cinque ...
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