The Cinque Terre are one of the most unspoilt Mediterranean areas in Europe, where nature and wild fragrances reign supreme, just as they always have done.
A visit to the Cinque Terre (Corniglia, Manarola, Vernazza, Riomaggiore and Monterosso) is a visit to five villages suspended between sea and land, perched on sheer cliffs and surrounded by the greenest of hills.
It means learning about the culture of dry-stone walls and vineyards, of fishermen and their nets, of olive groves and their paths jutting out over the sea.
The Cinque Terre owe much of their success in terms of tourism to the paths which weave their way along the coast or lead to sanctuaries which sit above each village. They provide incredible views. These paths can be walked by everyone, young and old alike.
A unique landscape in which Man and Nature have always lived side by side in extraordinary harmony.