Travel Blogs from Levanto
An ideal choice for a break to regain
your inner harmony and be at peace with nature, Agriturismo Sognando
Villa Edera has the warm,discrete glamour of one of the most
welcoming country villas. Each guest will be amazed by the beauty of
the landscape and by the warm hospitality of the owners.Situated just 3Km from the sea,with 5
fully equipped apartments that have been completely restored
... FOOD, it made it very hard to know which way to look. They are also harbours for fishing, 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 ...
... had a prime spot to view it from! We then headed back to camp to make a late dinner and enjoy our focaccia with olive oil and balsamic.
The next day we got up, made lunches just in case we didn’t find a menu we liked along the way, and headed off to the train station. We caught the train to Riomaggiore, the town furthest away from us, at the south end of Cinque Terre. We walked from there to Manorola, an easy 20 minute stroll along the “via ...
... it was a wonderfully relaxing and “perfect” setting. My view of the multi-coloured buildings of the town was punctuated by the occasional blur of a train passing, and various types of boats crossing my vista in the beautiful azure waters of the Ligurian Sea, which seemed to stretch forever. With a glass of Vino and this scene, my thoughts at the time were “life doesn’t get any better than this”.
I spent several hours on ...
... slip (if only JeffCheese was reading my blogs!) I spent my time exploring each town in turn, and from Manarole I walked back around the trail until you could go no further and found an amazing spot to swim. I spent the next 30 minutes enjoying everything the Mediterranean had to offer.
As the day passed I caught the train back to the middle town I had accidentally skipped Corniglia, which was really worth skipping and then re-boarded the ...