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Hotels near Cinque Terre in Cinque Terre - La Spezia (province), Italy

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Cinque Terre means five lands and refers to the five scenic former fishing villages clustered around the dramatic cliffs and coves of Liguria. They are the picturesque highlights of the Ligurian Riviera, where the fishing industry has given way to tourism and wine production as the main commercial activity of the region. The coastal scenery is spectacular, with walking trails linking the towns and boat trips exploring the coves and inlets. Make use of the expertise and experience of online accommodation specialist to find the best value Cinque Terre hotels, whatever your budget or preferences. Booking Cinque Terre accommodation in advance with Venere ensures a relaxed vacation.

What's Cinque Terre Like?

The Cinque Terre towns include Monterosso, Vernazza, Manarola, Corniglia, and Riomaggiore, which are reachable by regular boat services and the railway. All except Corniglia have an old fishing harbor and all are characterized by traditional Ligurian houses and atmospheric streets, although these days there is no shortage of cafes and souvenir shops. Vernazza is one of the most attractive towns, featuring distinctive red, pink and golden houses as well as the remains of a castle and 11th-century towers. Walking between the towns is best way to appreciate the stunning scenery, with highlights including the olive groves, orange blossoms, and vines around Vernazza. Monterosso is the only village that offers a sandy beach, with a choice between the beach by the old center and the beach in the bay of Fegina. There is also a nudist beach, the Guvano, between Vernazza and Corniglia. Cinque Terre hotels offer an idyllic base by the Mediterranean.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Cinque Terre

A little knowledge of Italian may be required to ease your way in the Cinque Terre towns. A little care may also be needed on the paths and clifftop trails that connect the towns. Paths can be rocky and uneven and get very slippery after a rain shower. The Blue Trail features plenty of signs, but Cinque Terre tourist offices can offer maps and information on a number of alternative paths. The fishing industry may not be as active as in the past, but fish and seafood still feature prominently on Cinque Terre menus, usually flavored with basil or oregano. The area is also well-known for its white wines and the Sciacchetra dessert wine. Browse the reviews by past guests on the site to get an accurate rating of amenities in Cinque Terre hotels. Using our photo galleries, sample room layouts, and interactive maps, you can get a clear picture of what to expect from Cinque Terre accommodation.



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