The 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 the sea from Cinque Terre: famous all over the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The towns have the names Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. They are connected by frequent trains and win visitors over with their typical coloured houses, towers, small museums, maritime churches, terraces, olive trees and vineyards. Tourists enjoy well-marked trails as well as bars, restaurants, pubs and hotels. After sailing along the coast in the vicinity of Cinque Terre, the motorboat stops for about 3 hours at Monterosso.
MONTEROSSO AL MARE - The most western 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, while the oldest part of the village is below the Castle that stands out for its three round towers and Aurora Tower overlooking the sea. Also interesting is the statue of the Giant, 14 metres high and weighing 1700 tonnes, representing Neptune.
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