Hotel Dora

Address: Via Martiri della Liberta, 27, Levanto, Italian Riviera, 19015, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Martiri della Liberta, 27, Levanto, is near San Pietro and Cantina du Sciacchetra.
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Travel Blogs from Levanto

Levanto - Cinque Terra

A travel blog entry by 2aussiesinavan on Sep 08, 2013

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... so each little village has its own marina, but the sea was wild the day we were there so boats were grounded.

We caught the train out along the line, stopping in each village for time to explore, there are walking tracks between the villages but some have been closed down following landslips and by the time we got back to the still opened ones it had become too late to walk ...

Going to cruise then swim

A travel blog entry by marianne-stuart on Jun 23, 2013

... conditions all boats had been cancelled typical ....we made our way back to the station had our picnic lunch and waited for our late train back to levanto .....we headed straight to the pebble beach and swam relaxed and did nothing till 6.30pm we then packed up and decided to walk through the old train tunnel to berrossa ? ...we stopped at a bar on the beach and had a drink and watched ...

Cinque Terra

A travel blog entry by laurabonhard on Jul 15, 2012

28 photos

... the adorable Italian village factor. Very similar to Riomaggiore, tons of tourists, etc. Also, shopkeepers, even in sourvenir shops, barely speak English. Actually, they’ll say ‘No English’ but can communicate in an Italian/English mix. Luckily, this is the level of my Italian and I was able to get rough directions to the trail head.

Hike 2. Manarola to Corniglia. As the main trail was closed due to flood damage from a year ago (couldn’t ...

Some Serious Hiking

A travel blog entry by bergerhof on May 06, 2012

3 comments, 26 photos

... until just about 11 a.m., and we did not get home that night until after 11:00...but there is a story there...

The trail was said to be 8 miles, and we figured we walked for 9+ miles that day, counting a couple of backtracks, Elevation went from sea level to 1550 METERS, so about 5085 feet of elevation gain.

Walking out of Riomaggiore, the trail (sentieri #3) heads south and west over the mountain toward the town of Telegrafo. Heading out ...


A travel blog entry by theb-cfamily on Aug 08, 2011

20 photos

... to that of the hermit Saint Venerius. In Roman times the city was essentially a fishing community.

After the fall of the Western Roman Empire, Portovenere became the base of the Byzantine fleet in the northern Tyrrhenian Sea, but was destroyed by the Lombards in 643 CE. Later, it was a frequent target of Saracen raids. First indications of the existence of a castle date from 1113, and in 1161 the walls were erected. Portovenere became ...