Address: Via Piero Schiaffino 98 - 100, Camogli, Italian Riviera, 16032, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via Piero Schiaffino 98 - 100, Camogli, is near Abbazia di San Fruttuoso, Santuario di Montallegro, Castle of Montallegro, and Golfo Paradiso.
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      Cinque Terre or Cinque Terror

      A travel blog entry by 888hours on Aug 11, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... the Italian FAI. It consists of several restaurants, the restored Abby and a stony beach and is a very enjoyable and interesting stop.

      The next ferry takes us to the upmarket Portafino which is at the other end of the spectrum, the port is full of multi million dollar yatchs/cruisers and the picturesque harbour has a backdrop of quaint buildings with many restaurants and high end clothing stores to cater for the huge tourist influx. As the weather is ...

      The Sentiero Azzure

      A travel blog entry by europepilgrims on Oct 21, 2013

      Cinque Terre means "Five Lands" and actually consists of five different towns strung along a wild Italian coastline. These towns begin at the north with Monterosso, followed by Vernazza, then Corniglia, then Manarola, and finally Riomaggiore. Not all the towns may be accessed by car, but they are connected by train and, in good weather, ferries. Our guidebook advised that the Sentiero Azzure, the famous trail ...

      Cinque Terre conquered!

      A travel blog entry by lawrudd on Jul 04, 2013

      8 photos

      A beautiful day in Cinque Terre. We feel like we need to make up for lost time from the poor weather yesterday and off we went. Our first destination was to the town of Riomaggiore; the one we missed because of our rock jumping adventure. We hustled to the train station as we were cutting it close to catch the train. Loretta stood in line for the Parco tickets and I stood in the regular train ticket line. My line wasn't moving at all so we decided to bite the bullet and pay ...

      Hiking with Handbags and the meaning of true love.

      A travel blog entry by helena.greg on Oct 31, 2012

      9 photos

      ... hills, passing olive trees laden with fresh olives, clambering through autumnal vineyards and stumbling across dense woods. Occasionally these woods would open onto incredible views of the glistening blue sea and the patchwork of colourful little Italian towns be seen from a distance balancing precariously on rocky headlands that protruded away from the mainland. It was nice to be out in the fresh air and have a bit of time and space to reflect on all ...


      A travel blog entry by markandbrenda on Jul 29, 2012

      3 photos

      ... but no where near as hot as Bologna.

      Upon arrivval at Tre Merli the first thing I noticed wasthe narrowest of stair cases, luckily we were on the first floor. Didn't matter the owner took my case up ( I think he did a hernia doing it though).
      It was alovely room, our view was fishing boats and the mariner, only bummer was that there was a crane there also, never mind, ...