National park in Italy , including man-made terraces and five small settlements on the coast of the Gulf of Genoa in the province of La Spezia - La Spezia administrative region of Liguria . Local monuments belong to the period of the Middle Ages , however, the emergence of some settlements dating back to Roman times.
In 1997, UNESCO included the cultural landscape of the Cinque Terre in the World Heritage List .
The structure consists of Cinque Terre Monterosso al Mare (or Monterosso ) , Vernazza, Corniglia , Manarola and Riomaggiore . Within settlements, except Monterosso is a car , but it is extremely limited Monterosso.
Quiet corner unexplored Italy, the largest municipality of the "five lands " of Cinque Terre , which differs from its neighbors many architectural and cultural attractions as well as the largest sandy beach.
The most beautiful county Cinque Terre Liguria.
On the background of already familiar to the human eye , a few communes visited Cinque Terre , colorful multi-storey houses - towers catch the eye more than the old medieval walls of galleries, palaces, monasteries and , of course, the castle, whose low walls once protected the rest locals from pirate raids .
In the narrow streets of Vernazza , at steep angles going down to the sea, at almost every step , you can see the boats , " parked " at home so naturally as look cars standing in our backyards at entrances
Well, of course, in the southernmost tip of the city quiet turquoise waters bordering the local sandy beach , as quiet and comfortable as the other four beaches communes reserve.
- The tiny commune Ligurian " pyatizemelya " but no less picturesque and even more comfortable, thanks to its hard- drive and close .
The municipality was initially very difficult to access both from the sea and from the mainland. In order to get down from Corniglia to the sea, will have to overcome 382 steps seem not so terrible obstacle until it is time to climb back on them ) . But at the bottom there is a comfortable quiet plage with fine sand and calm warm azure waters of the Ligurian Sea .
Colorful city on rock.
The city is located on a cliff overhanging the wild coastline of the Ligurian Sea .
Manarola is the oldest and one of the smallest towns in the famous Five Terre. In the center of town is the church of San Lorenzo , built in 1338 . In the western part is a small harbor in the east area . As in many other places in this part of Italy , everywhere by vineyards , of which make great wine. In the tiny harbor of Manarola there is parking for boats.
Town on the coastal cliffs was founded back in XIII century, but , like all " pyatizemele " in general , tourists became available only in the XX century.
On the slopes can be seen in the commune vineyards - Riomaggiore famous for its wine . And if you walk through the streets to the bottom - will look small, cozy beach, which has almost no waves , because it is an artificial bay .
Via del Amore
From Manarola Riomaggiore Trail connects Love - flat track, about a kilometer long , which offers a beautiful view of the Ligurian coast .
was built in skalazh in the 1920s and has since enjoyed great popularity among tourists and locals.
From one commune to another can be reached by a simple smooth tracks and on difficult mountain paths , which pass can not everyone ...
From there you just indescribable beauty panorama of the Ligurian coast .
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