Cinque Terre Park- Manarola and Riomaggiore

Cinque Terre Park- Manarola and Riomaggiore

An unprecedented undertaking, completed year after year, generation after generation. This is how one can define the Cinque Terre with their dry-stone walls, terraces, and grapes growing in unthinkable places. This is where the best-known winegrowers of the Cinque Terre can be found, with two exceptional wines such as 'Cinque Terre doc', an ideal wine with seafood dishes, and 'Cinque Terre Sciacchetrà', which is made from the same grapes as the dry white wine (Bosco, Albarola and Vermentino), dried on special racks.

IAT: Centro di accoglienza di Manarola, Stazione Ferroviaria Manarola, 19017 Manarola (SP)

Telefono: 0187.760511

Email: accoglienzamanarola@parconazionale5terre.it

IAT: Centro di accoglienza di Riomaggiore alla Stazione Ferroviaria - Piazza Rio Finale, 26, Stazione Ferroviaria Riomaggiore (piano terra), 19017 Riomaggiore (SP)

Telefono: 0187.920633-760091

Email: netpointriomaggiore@parconazionale5terre.it

IAT: Centro di accoglienza di Riomaggiore in Località Lavaccio, 19017 Riomaggiore (SP)

Telefono: 0187.920440

Email: accoglienzalavaccio@parconazionale5terre.it

IAT: Centro di accoglienza Internet Point - Piazza Rio Finale, 19017 Riomaggiore (SP)

Telefono: 0187.760515

Email: netpointriomaggiore@parconazionale5terre.it

As far as the linear development of dry stone walls in the Cinque Terre is concerned, the overall estimate is 6,729 kilometres of walls.

A stroll through ancient streets

The most famous one is definitely the Via dell'Amore, connecting Riomaggiore to Manarola. The route celebrated by walkers, lovers and otherwise, is in an advanced stage of renovation. Equally attractive and waiting to be discovered is the itinerary that leads from Manarola to the sanctuary of Nostra Signora della Salute: starting from the car park, you quickly reach the village of Volastra, amidst terraces of vines;not far away is the beautiful 12th

There were five mills in Manarola, the first being the Barani mill, at the junction between Via dei Mulini and Via Rollandi.

Manarola, a fresco in sunny colours

A paradise of vines and olive trees, an ancient village with saline colours in which the houses seem to rise from the cliffs of the long, narrow marina: this is Manarola. Worth visiting are the Gothic

The Agricultural Cooperative of the Cinque Terre, in Riomaggiore, produces lemons from crops that have not been treated with herbicides or pesticides.

Riomaggiore, vertical houses and colours

Tight in a gorge between two hills, the ancient village of Riomaggiore strikes the visitor with its delightfully colourful, vertically built houses. In the upper part of the village, you can visit the Church of St John the Baptist, built in 1340. The small port, a true picture postcard of Ligurian seafaring, is worth a stop and a photo. The small beach is enchanting.

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