This is the oldest village in the Cinque Terre and is located directly by the sea
Take a walk through the picturesque town center up to the other cities
The magnificent house facade extends from the bay up inside the mountain slopes.
The small port and the old fishing boats are worth seeing. The church of San Lorenzo dates back to the year 1160. Go hiking in the hiking trails between the Cinque Terre villages. The most famous road is the Via dell Amore between the villages Manarola and Riomaggiore. Go on foot to visit the other villages in the Cinque Terre.
Enjoy the clear water and the coast of Cinque Terre.
Manarola is one of the localities of the Cinque Terre. Manarola is the oldest locality of the five villages. Prehistoric finds testify to a settlement in the Stone Age. Roman settlers occupied these villages. In the Middle Ages Manarola often fell victim to the raids by the Saracens. The village residents lived mainly on fishing.
Manarola belongs to the Cinque Terre municipality and is a locality in La Spezia province which lies in the Liguria region. In the vicinity of Manarolathere are still several villages like: Riomaggiore (5.7 km), Volastra (11.4 km) and Fornacchi (6.4 km). From Genoa take the A12/E80 in the direction of di Via Giosuè Carducci near La Spezia. Then follow the Viadelle Cinque Terre/SS370 and StradaProvincialedelle Cinque Terre/SP370 towards Strada Provinciale 51/SP51 in Riomaggiore.
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