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Villages in Liguria

43 villages in Liguria

Villages in Manarola
Suggest drinks & snacks before the sunset at Nessun Dorma - there are lines so go a bit earlier.
Villages in Portofino
Portofino is one of those places you just have to visit in your lifetime. In a great location between the mountains and the sea, Portofino is an idyllic and exclusive village. So exclusive, in fact, that you can only arrive by a small road which dead-ends in the town and is controlled (when lots of people come, they block the road and latecomers must wait their turn) or by boat (the best way, if you have the possibility). You'll be welcomed by colorful houses and spectacular terraces, a charming harbor with luxury yachts, and a viewpoint perfect for postcard-worthy shots.
Villages in Vernazza
It's a fairy-tale village in the Cinque Terre National Park. A must-visit one..., but very hard to leave...
Villages in Riomaggiore
Down the only road I have ever been
Villages in Portovenere
Porto Venere
This town is on the southern end of a peninsula where the Ligurian rivera on one side and the western Gulf of La Spezia (also known as the Gulf of Poets) on the other, converge. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries Porto Venere was a major attraction with famous guests such as Lord Byron. Currently its charm is still intact and its popularity has increased in recent years thanks to its declaration as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997 (with the Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto islands and the Cinque Terre zone).
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Villages in Camogli
In addition to the visit to Portofino, the bus took us close to Camogli, which is a small fishing village that thanks to its clean water, has actually become a beach destination for people from Genoa. In this beautiful place several films have been shot like Ink Heart (Inkheart). You can enjoy a spectacular ice cream cone while strolling along the promenade. Besides, several restaurants and pizzerias with Italian décor and the beautiful view of the sea.
Villages in Corniglia
Corniglia is the smallest town of the five villages that make up the Cinque Terre (The Five Lands) and is the one situated in the middle of the five. It is a place of ​​outstanding beauty. Le Cinque Terre was declared to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 1997. Corniglia is not directly connected with the sea, in the same way as the other four towns are, but it is on a rocky promontory, surrounded by vineyards, something very unusual. You can access it climbing a steep staircase .... Or by car coming from the train station. It is a worthwhile trip.
Villages in Lerici
Located on an inlet of the Ligurian Riviera Levante, Lerici is one of the many gems to be found in the territory over which it stands: the Gulf of Poets, in its day was a spot for established poets. The mild climate year-round and the beauty of the green hills that surround Lerici make it an ideal destination for either long stays or for weekends. It is a great spot to enjoy sun, art, and great food. The municipality includes not only the Gulf between the castles of San Terenzo and Lerici - including Venere Azzurra beach - but also small towns scattered across the hills. In fact, Lerici is located in the Regional National Park Montemarcello-Magra (http://www.parcomagra.it/), a large protected area. Ultimately, Lerici is perfect for anyone looking for tranquility, relaxation, contact with nature and the sea, also offering full proposals and unique to sports lovers, gastronomy, art and culture .
Villages in Riomaggiore
Puerto Riomaggiore
My visit was of one day from Riomaggiore Monterroso, seeing each of the villages of Cinque Terre. Going from one place to another on a train which every so often passes by all of the villas. They are small, cozy and very happy with their colorful houses clustered on the cliffs. Worth.
Villages in Dolceacqua
The open eyes of the Doria Castle, watching us from above. Walking a small labyrinthine with alleys that are roofed, where shade and moisture stone and sun are with you and act as shy guests.
Villages in Finale Ligure
You’ll be in one of the most beautiful place in all Liguria’s coast, but you can also climb or having good time in bike-path here. Believe me, you want regret your choice!
Villages in Rocchetta di Vara
Villages in Lerici
Villages in Chiavari
Villages in Pietra Ligure
Villages in Vallecrosia
One of the first towns you will meet when crossing the border with France. it is beautiful, with a really friendly people.
Villages in Cervo
Villages in Dolcedo
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