The Cinque Terre, a Unesco World Heritage site, have been inside a National Park since 1999. An institution, the only one in Italy, aimed at protecting a landscape in which man has created a stable life of mutual coexistence between himself and nature. At the same time as the Park, the Protected Natural Marine Area of the Cinque Terre was established, between Punta Mesco to the west and Punta di Montenero to the east.
The Cinque Terre is truly a little corner of paradise and to savour it in all its authenticity, one day spent mostly getting on and off trains and boats is not enough!
Take at least three days, walk along the paths and along the most hidden lanes of the villages, look for the most unlikely glimpses of the sea, steal scenes of daily life from the locals, relax in the quietest hours of the evening tasting our dishes and enjoying beautiful sunsets.
In this way you will not only have seen, but also experienced the Cinque Terre and a piece of it will remain with you forever.