World Heritage of UNESCO since 1997, Cinque Terre is famous for its villages hanging on steep cliffs plunging into the Mediterranean Sea. Located in Italy, specifically in Liguria, south of Genoa, the Cinque Terre are a perfect example of man’s ability to adapt to the vagaries of nature. They include five villages: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore, which are attached to the Cinque Terre National Park created in 1999.
The Cinque Terre can be visited for their colored stone houses, its picturesque streets, its small fishing ports, and of course, their turquoise waters and Mediterranean landscapes that are sure to seduce the souls most sensitive to beauty.
Explore the Cinque Terre
The Cinque Terre is one of the least polluted areas of the Mediterranean Sea. They are home to beautiful high trails with breathtaking views over the Mediterranean and the surrounding area, to experience breathtaking. The Cinque Terre, there are also churches, oratories and old castles. In terms of activities, go for diving or fishing; discover local restaurants with food and premium wines.