This trip lasts an entire day. The boat, once it has passed San Fruttuoso and Portofino, reaches this fascinating part of Liguria, allowing you to see five towns from the sea--famous worldwide and included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The towns are named Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. They are connected by frequent trains and win visitors over with their iconic coloured houses, towers, small museums, maritime churches, terraces, olive trees and vineyards. Tourists enjoy well-marked trails, as well as bars, restaurants, gelato shops and hotels. After sailing along the coast in the vicinity of the five villages, the motorboat makes an independent stop for passengers for about 3 hours at Monterosso.
MONTEROSSO AL MARE - The farthest west of the five towns, located in the centre of a small natural gulf. The part of the city inhabited by 1,600 residents is called Fegina, reachable through a tunnel of less than a hundred metres. There is a railway station here and fine gravel beaches. The oldest part of the village is below the Castle, which is noticeable for its three round towers and the Aurora Tower overlooking the sea. Another point of interest is the statue of the Giant representing Neptune, which is 14 metres high and weighs 1700 quintals.
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