THR PEARLS OF THE LIGURIAN

LE CINQUE TERRE

 RIOMAGGIORE, MANAROLA, CORNIGLIA, VERNAZZA and MONTEROSSO

Surely the most famous areas of the region, Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso are known throughout the world for their beautiful scenery, fantastic paths between the rock and the sea ,their hills and vineyards that offer some of the most prestigious white wines of the peninsula.
Ideal location for those who want to relax or take a swim in the most crystalline water of northern italy , but also for fans of trekking. With PortoVenere and the islands of Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto, the Cinque Terre have been deemed a World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1997.

THR PEARLS OF THE LIGURIAN

CINQUE TERRE

 RIOMAGGIORE, MANAROLA, CORNIGLIA, VERNAZZA and MONTEROSSO

Surely the most famous areas of the region, Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso are known throughout the world for their beautiful scenery, fantastic paths between the rock and the sea ,their hills and vineyards that offer some of the most prestigious white wines of the peninsula.
Ideal location for those who want to relax or take a swim in the most crystalline water of northern italy , but also for fans of trekking. With PortoVenere and the islands of Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto, the Cinque Terre have been deemed a World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1997.

FROM LERICI TO PORTO VENERE

IL GOLFO DEI POETI

SOURCE OF INSPIRATION FOR MAJOR ARTIST

Between the two headlands (Lerici and Portovenere) you will find beaches, bays, the bluest sea on the coast, the typical “caugi” (narrow streets inside the towns) of Liguria and glimpses of beautiful nature. On the western shore of the Gulf of Poets you will find Portovenere, another beautiful village situated in front of the island of Palmaria and that with Tino and Tinetto (two small islands near Palmaria) are part of the “Regional Natural Park of Porto Venere.” At the end of Portovenere stands the magnificent St. Peter’s Church, a place of high aesthetic value and an extraordinary level of architectural history.

FROM LERICI TO PORTO VENERE

GOLFO DEI POETI

SOURCE OF INSPIRATION FOR MAJOR ARTIST

Between the two headlands (Lerici and Portovenere) you will find beaches, bays, the bluest sea on the coast, the typical “caugi” (narrow streets inside the towns) of Liguria and glimpses of beautiful nature. On the western shore of the Gulf of Poets you will find Portovenere, another beautiful village situated in front of the island of Palmaria and that with Tino and Tinetto (two small islands near Palmaria) are part of the “Regional Natural Park of Porto Venere.” At the end of Portovenere stands the magnificent St. Peter’s Church, a place of high aesthetic value and an extraordinary level of architectural history.

FROM LERICI AND PORTO VENERE

LA SPEZIA

THE CITY OFFERS THE OPPORTUNUTY TO VISIT IMPORTANT MUSEUMS

The city offers the opportunity to visit important museums such as: “the Museum Lia” defined the small Louvre, the CAMEC Center of Modern and Contemporary Art, the Museum of the Seal, the Ethnographic Museum Podenzana and last ,but not least, the Naval Museum among the most important in Italy.

FROM LERICI AND PORTO VENERE

LA SPEZIA

THE CITY OFFERS THE OPPORTUNUTY TO VISIT IMPORTANT MUSEUMS

The city offers the opportunity to visit important museums such as: “the Museum Lia” defined the small Louvre, the CAMEC Center of Modern and Contemporary Art, the Museum of the Seal, the Ethnographic Museum Podenzana and last ,but not least, the Naval Museum among the most important in Italy.

AFFITTACAMERE ALTAMAREA

Via Torino, 70  |  19122 – La Spezia (SP)  |  Italy  |  Tel. +39 3775448365  |  Email: info@affittacamerealtamarea.it

AFFITTACAMERE ALTAMAREA

Via Torino, 70
19122 – La Spezia (SP)  |  Italy

Tel +39 377.54.48.365
info@affittacamerealtamarea.it