How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
Photos of Ca'Dei Costa
TripAdvisor Reviews Ca'Dei Costa La Spezia
Travel Blogs from La Spezia
... amp; a better atmosphere. There are more tourists there & shops open. We can easily imagine how lovely it would be in the summer. We start heading back on a return train & hop off at Vernazza. It is gorgeous. We go for a long walk and sit on a bench eating focaccia pizza slices & people watching.
We then jump back on the train and head to ...
... steep. You walk in a northerly direction about 500m before the decent into Manarola My legs were very wobbly by the time I reached the beach. It was well worth it for the views! The second day I took the shuttle into Riomaggiore. I then caught the train to the northern most town of Cinque Terre, Monterosso. The coastal walks from here to Vernazza and Corniglia are open as they had little damage during the floods. These walks were ...
... though. It was raining and by 8am a massive thunderstorm had hit the town. I thought to myself ..oh no I won't get to see the Cinque Terre. I checked the weather radar to see if the storms would pass and it looked very promising. By 10 am the rain and storms had passed..I forgot to say that the sound of the thunder scared the hell out of me. I've never heard thunder like that before. Mary and I headed to the ferry service for our tour, it ...
... the side of the cliff and hole your self up for others to pass. While only 3KMs long, it took us 1.5 hours to ascend and descend down to the next village, Vernazza.
Here, we ate our packed lunch by the ocean.
I must confess, at this point, I'd had a bit too much sun. Around 2:30PM, we decided to train back to La Spezia, get out of the sun, and have a small rest. This was an especially good decision because after the adrenaline of the hike wore ...
... neat seaside village feel about it. We took heaps of photos and had some lunch there....more pizza....and watched the ferry boat come in. The waves were crashing against the rocks and we were glad we had decided to take the train and not the ferry. We followed a path that took us up the hill to try and take the postcard photos of Vernazza that we had seen. The first path took us up the hill but not to the place ...