Follow Lucky, the Golden retriever, and his hiking companion Camilla on the amazing trails of the Cinque Terre. Their deep knowledge of this land and passion for hiking will reveal you the best spots of this famous Italian National Park.
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#1 Riomaggiore-Costa Corniolo-Manarola
The trail Riomaggiore-Manarola is the alternative way connecting the two village. Follow Beccara street, along a wide difference in height but with a extraordinary view in the top, which absolutely makes up for the steep climb! From Costa del Corniolo ( the top of the mountain) you can admire Riomaggiore and Punta di Montenero to east and Manarola and the coast of the Cinque Terre to west! Unforgettable!
Starting from the Manarola graveyard, continue upwards, passing through the singular nativity and gazing the wonderful view of Manarola, Corniglia and Monterosso with Punta Mesco. Following the indication, surrounded by Mediterranean scrub, you arrive in Volastra. Cross its well-kept vineyards, which blends with the beautiful scenery of the Cinque Terre. The last part, downhill, leads you to the typical village of Corniglia.
#3 Corniglia - Vernazza
Starting from the village of Corniglia, follow the indications to Vernazza. Crossing the Mediterranean scrub, you can enjoy the amazing view of Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore to east and of Punta Mesco to west and San Bernardino behind. The last part, downhill, opens on the stunning scenery to the village of Vernazza.
#4 Vernazza - Monterosso
Starting from the village of Vernazza, follow the indications to Monterosso. After a first climb, a breathtaking view of Vernazza opens up before you. Continue the trail through the scents of nature and unforgettable glimpses of Punta Mesco. The last part, before the arriving to the beautiful village of Monterosso, crosses the typical vineyard by the sea.
#5 Monterosso - Levanto
Starting from the village of Monterosso, pass and admire the statue of the Giant and continue uphill for a good first part of the trail. The hard climb will be rewarded by an unparalleled view of All the Cinque Terre up to Palmaria and Tino Island! Follow the trail to Levanto with amazing glimpses of the Ligurian Riviera of East and West and with the particularity of the vegetation and rocks. At the End, descend to the village of Levanto. It’s recommended starting from Levanto.