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Travel Blogs from Rapallo
... and we weren't sure about free swimming beaches we decided to take a dip in a little cove on the way back to Portifino. The location was lovely as we swam out near the expensive yachts and the water clear and cool. Nice. Then we decided to walk (haven't done much of that lately!) around to Santa Margarita rather than take the ferry. It was a hot but very rewarding walk - absolutely picturesque and "very easy on the optic nerve" as Richard would ...
... 34,000 inhabitants, and is part of the Tigullio Gulf -- located in between Portofino and Chiavari.
The climate is moderate and the main part of town is on fairly level land. Many of the villas are built in the hills that rise immediately behind the city to protect them from strong northern winds.
Rapallo area is included in the Parco Naturale Regionale di Portofino, encompassing ...
We woke up early and trained into Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore . . .the remaining, and southern most towns of the Cinque Terra.
Our intent was to hike the full distance, but once in Corniglia we were informed that the trail between Corniglia & Manarola was still closed (a ...
... cliffs. Tradition has it that couples lock their love forever on the via dell’Amore.
We arrive in the village of Manarola. Its name derives from the Latin "Manium arula", that means a small altar dedicated to the "Mani", Roman gods of the house. Manarola is also characterized by tower houses defending the village. The town is located on a sharp promontory of dark rock. Near the square ...
... the edge of the Italian world. It consists of 5 small towns (Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore) along the coast, which is linked by a train line and enchanting winding walking paths. Part of its magical feel is the fact that cars cannot reach this location and there is little sign of the 'modern hand print'. So apart from the cars which are owned and driven by the locals (which were few as a result of all the Italians ...