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MONTEROSSO

MONTEROSSO The largest of the Cinque Terre five villages, the one with the longest and widest beaches and the only one where beaches are equipped with sun umbrellas, lounge chairs and showers. It was probably founded by the survivors of small Albereto hamlet (destroyed in the 7th Century by the Longobardi) who reunited around the…

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MONTEROSSO The largest of the Cinque Terre five villages, the one with the longest and widest beaches and the only one where beaches are equipped with sun umbrellas, lounge chairs and showers. It was probably founded by the survivors of small Albereto hamlet (destroyed in the 7th Century by the Longobardi) who reunited around the…

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MANAROLA

MANAROLA Manarola, also known as the “intellectual” village of the 5 of the Cinque Terre, may be the oldest of the five towns, with the cornerstone of the church, San Lorenzo, dating back to 1338. Unique spots ad fantastic sunsets make it loved tourist choice for romantic and memorable sojourns. The local dialect is Manarolese,

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MANAROLA Manarola, also known as the “intellectual” village of the 5 of the Cinque Terre, may be the oldest of the five towns, with the cornerstone of the church, San Lorenzo, dating back to 1338. Unique spots ad fantastic sunsets make it loved tourist choice for romantic and memorable sojourns. The local dialect is Manarolese,

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CORNIGLIA

CORNIGLIA This curious and quiet village is the only one completely perched on the top of a promontory about 100 metres high and, unlike the other localities of the Cinque Terre, Corniglia has not a pier and a marina. A small dock allows only landing to small boats and with extremely quiet sea. It is surrounded

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CORNIGLIA This curious and quiet village is the only one completely perched on the top of a promontory about 100 metres high and, unlike the other localities of the Cinque Terre, Corniglia has not a pier and a marina. A small dock allows only landing to small boats and with extremely quiet sea. It is surrounded

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RIOMAGGIORE

RIOMAGGIORE The marina of this village appears as manifesto of the Cinque Terre in many ads and commercials all over the world. It is a bursting and lively place beloved mostly by youths . Riomaggiore has an ancient past; according to the tradition, its origins go back to the Etruschi, who had to run away from Greece,

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RIOMAGGIORE The marina of this village appears as manifesto of the Cinque Terre in many ads and commercials all over the world. It is a bursting and lively place beloved mostly by youths . Riomaggiore has an ancient past; according to the tradition, its origins go back to the Etruschi, who had to run away from Greece,

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LA SPEZIA

LA SPEZIA La Spezia is the second largest city in the Liguria region, after Genoa. Located roughly midway between Genoa and Pisa, on the Ligurian Sea, it is one of the main Italian military and commercial harbours and a major Italian Navy base. A popular seaside resort, it is also a significant railway junction, and is notable for its museums, for

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LA SPEZIA La Spezia is the second largest city in the Liguria region, after Genoa. Located roughly midway between Genoa and Pisa, on the Ligurian Sea, it is one of the main Italian military and commercial harbours and a major Italian Navy base. A popular seaside resort, it is also a significant railway junction, and is notable for its museums, for

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