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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nazionale Levanto
Bright large spotless room,very quite, right in centre of town, 10 minute walk to train for visiting the Cinque Terra villages, only thing was no wi-fi in rooms and had to use lobby. Other people can be a distraction.
Good breakfast, helpful staff.
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... local coffee shops, bars, restaurants and the beautiful boardwalk along the beach before I got stuck into the kitchen and cooked us a baked dinner. Ahh the simple pleasures. A roast chook, baked pumpkin, carrots and spuds along with sautéed greens, gravy and bread was washed down with a few local Chiantis and we were snoring like Vikings by 11pm.
The next day was spent exploring Levanto before we caught the train to Riomaggiore. We got a few cool pics down on ...
... could get back in the water)
Vernazza is the 4th village which has some quaint little shops, cafes and little harbour at the end. The kids have another quick swim before we head to the last village Monterosso which is the larger tourist beach and ristorante's along the waterfront! The beach is covered in umbrella's, beach chairs that you hire throughout the day! Too late for a swim so a quick walk through the village, a bit of ...
... there for a little bit. Overall though, our town was our favorite because of the ocean views and small town and we ended up spending the majority of our last day there. It was especially neat in our last night there since the weather had changed and it was a lot cooler. The waves were crazy so it was fun to eat gelato and watch the waves crash against the rocks (and Jon almost get wiped out by one haha) and watch the sun ...
... fruit and snacks before heading to the boat that will take us to Leirici. Leirici is another port in the Gulf of Poets.
"Gulf of the Poets - The gulf of La Spezia is known also as the
“Gulf of the Poets”, because through the centuries, many famous poets,
writers and artists spent their holidays or part of their life in the
villages and small towns of this gulf, enchanted by the superb and
peaceful beauty of this earthly ...
... of both! We enjoyed the local wine, seafood, pesto, farinata, and gelato.
On Sunday, we hiked from Manarola to Corniglia (an easy hike on a well-maintained path). We stopped for lunch at noon and tried a local white wine with foccacia sandwiches and a caprese salad. Next came the most strenuous hike – 2 hours ...