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Everything you need to know about a vacation in the Cinque Terre

The Cinque Terre is a National Park in the region of Liguria, on the north western coast of Italy, which is visited every year by more than 2 million tourists from all over the world. The main attractions are the five villages from which the park itself takes its name. They are renowned both for the beauty of their landscapes and their architectural gems, as well as the vast number of walking trails that connect them at various altitudes. To get an idea of what this park is like, watch this video shot with the aid of a drone and you will understand how very unique the Cinque Terre really are!

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Are you thinking of a vacation in the Cinque Terre? Or would you like to see some beautiful photographs of these fascinating places? Well, you’re in the right place! Our site is definitely the most detailed you will find, and the most accurate and up-to-date information on the Cinque Terre is right here at your fingertips. It is updated daily. On the pages of this site you will find a map of each village of the Cinque Terre accompanied by photographs and detailed descriptions of the most interesting places.

If you still have some questions after browsing the site, please contact us! We respond within a couple of hours. In addition, if you open the links from your phone you will be able to start the GPS navigator for all local places of interest!

Villages and walking trails in the Cinque Terre Park

The territory of the Cinque Terre National Park is comprised of five small villages: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. The Cinque Terre is also renowned for the walking trails that cross them, leading from one village to another. The villages and trails are described on the following pages:

Neighboring towns and villages

You need just two days for a thorough visit to the Cinque Terre, but you have no idea how many picturesque hamlets full of interest there are close by! For more information about the neighboring towns, you can read the relevant sections. But here below is information on the five most popular of them.

The most popular pages on the Cinque Terre site

A great number of photographs of the Cinque Terre are published on this site and they are all available in a 5K resolution! We recommend that you visit the “Photo Gallery” where you will see the most popular photographs of the Cinque Terre. But there are a lot more stunning images of the Cinque Terre to be found on other pages! The exact location of each photograph is indicated on the map (click to enlarge it).

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