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Cinque Terre (or 'Five Lands'), is a UNESCO world heritage site on the Italian Riviera. The five secluded villages are all linked by a local train line that tunnels through the hills, but more importantly by elaborate footpaths that hug the coastal ...
... then back to the train station! Oops missed that one so back for a yummy gelato! Little did we know that the third village Corniglia had no direct sea access but some small quaint little streets, shops etc. Kids especially Tom was not Happy with this so a ...
... make some deliveries. There's now a boat that picks up and drops off tourists to 4 out of the 5 towns (the town of Corniglia is too high off the dock with cliffs too steep and thus appears untouched by time). We enjoyed the salty Mediterranean and ...
... . It was an interesting view of the village to swim out and see the buildings appear far up on the cliffs. The walk between Corniglia and Manarola was much easier and kept us close to the sea the entire time. This part of the hike was very scenic since ...
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Corniglia, Cinque Terre, Italian Riviera, Italy
This elegant Gothic church was erected in 1334 on the ruins of an older structure.