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Cinque Terre

Relax, enjoy and indulge yourself while on holiday in Cinque Terre! This beautiful part of the Mediterranean coast in Liguria is named after the five ancient villages of Monterosso, Vernazza, Comiglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore, all connected by a footpath and a railway line. Cinque Terre has recently become part of Unesco's cultural heritage and is also a beautifully preserved part of the Italian Riviera. Belvilla has several holiday homes spread over the picturesque, rocky coastline. A traditional rock house, a comfortable apartment with sea views or a spacious holiday home in the beautiful landscape full of vineyards. Soak up the Italian setting, enjoy the delicious wine and let yourself be overwhelmed by all the natural beauty from your holiday home in Cinque Terre.

Walking activities while on holiday in Cinque Terre

From your holiday home in Cinque Terre, you can wander off in any direction. The paths high above the sea take you to the most beautiful places in the region. There is no better way to explore Cinque Terre than by walking along the Sentiero Azzurro. This footpath connects the five coastal villages and takes you in under four hours to the most beautiful spots high above the sea. The Sentiero N°1, between Levanto and Portovenere, is also a route popular with hikers. This lengthy route takes you through the Cinque Terre National Park. The Via dell'Amore is highly recommended for shorter walks! Curious what else the region has to offer? From your holiday home in Cinque Terre you can explore the whole region!

Explore Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza and Corniglia while on holiday in Cinque Terre.

While on holiday in Cinque Terre, a visit to the largest village, Monterosso al Mare, should not be missed. Or even better: book a holiday home right in this village! Stroll through the distinctive streets with pastel-coloured houses and past the fishing port with colourful boats. Monterosso al Mare also has a wide beach for enjoying the pleasant climate. Vernazza also has a small, quaint harbour. This village is built on quite a slope, so the legs get stretched while going for a walk! Once at the top you get beautiful views over the sea and the village. The smallest village of the five is Corniglia. A lot harder to reach, but certainly worth a visit! From the village, you can go for a lovely walk through the fragrant vineyards to the next village.

Manarola and Riomaggiore are also worth a visit!

From your holiday home in Cinque Terre, you can also explore the village of Manarola! Don't forget your camera here, because the sights are stunning! Colourful houses, steep cobbled roads and the boats in the harbour really give you the feeling of being in Italy. Can't get enough of it? Visit the picturesque, atmospheric Riomaggiore from your holiday home in Cinque Terre! There is a charming little harbour, with plenty of restaurants where you can enjoy delicious Italian food. Toast the local wine and beautiful views over the sea while on holiday in Cinque Terre!

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Holiday in Cinque Terre - FAQs
How many Belvilla houses can I choose from in Cinque Terre ?

There are 800+ Belvilla houses in Cinque Terre.

What are the most important places to visit in Cinque Terre?

The most important places to visit in Cinque Terre are Riomaggiore, Manarola, Vernazza ,and Monterosso al Mare.

Any activities that I must include during my stay in Cinque Terre?

Some of the must-try activities in Cinque Terre are 

  • Hiking
  • Fishing
  • Vineyard tours
  • Exploring Beaches 

 

What are the recommended dishes in Cinque Terre ?

Some of the recommended dishes in Cinque Terre are fried anchovies, squid ink pasta, lobster gnocchi, bruschetta, and carbonara.

When is the ideal time to visit Cinque Terre?

The months of September and October are best to visit Cinque Terre.

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