Last update: September 2019.

The other Cinque Terre trails

Are you looking for unforgettable trekking in the Cinque Terre? Would you like to follow as many trails as possible? The main routes are described in the “Azure Trail (the shortest)” and “Popular long-distance trails”. They are all listed on the map. Apart from that, some additional routes are marked on the map, read below to get to know more information.

Levanto - Framura

What if you have arrived with your small children and would like to walk with a baby carriage? Are you on a wheelchair? The only section will be suitable for you in the Cinque Terre - The Azure Trail: Riomaggiore - Manarola (Path of Love). In addition to, there is a quite attractive tunnel near the park (only four minutes of a train ride from Monterosso), which is situated near the seacoast between the villages of Levanto, Bonassola and Framura (is marked on the map). Please do not underestimate this section and do not prepare yourself for a boring stroll through the tunnel. It is lit and there are some open spaces with the sea views! The panoramas there are always different, as the play of light and shadow allow to take a fresh look on the seacoast.

Tunnel between Framura, Bonassola and Levanto, Cinque Terre, Italy
Tunnel between Framura, Bonassola and Levanto
Path between Framura, Bonassola and Levanto, Cinque Terre, Italy
Path between Framura, Bonassola and Levanto

The island of Palmaria

The village of Portovenere is not the part of the Cinque Terre Park, but it's not far from it and that's why it is frequently visited by tourists. Palmaria island is opposite Portovenere, a small strait separates them, where motorboats shuttle all year round. The village view from Palmaria is extremely charming and will get all your attention. Apart from that, the island is bestrewed with hiking trails, that lead to small villages on the other side. Are you interested? Then, we highly recommend you read more about this area below:

View of the village from Palmaria Island, Portovenere, Cinque Terre, Italy
View of the village from Palmaria Island
The trail on the Palmaria island, near Portovenere, Cinque Terre, Italy
The trail on the Palmaria island, near Portovenere
The trail on the Palmaria island, near Portovenere, Cinque Terre, Italy
The trail on the Palmaria island, near Portovenere
The trail on the Palmaria island, near Portovenere, Cinque Terre, Italy
The trail on the Palmaria island, near Portovenere
The trail on the Palmaria island, near Portovenere, Cinque Terre, Italy
The trail on the Palmaria island, near Portovenere
The trail on the Palmaria island, near Portovenere, Cinque Terre, Italy
The trail on the Palmaria island, near Portovenere

The Ring of Vernazza

Less popular route, still worth trying! It passes through two sanctuaries and San Bernardino where you can contemplate the picturesque Corniglia panorama view.

View of Corniglia from San Bernardino, Cinque Terre, Italy
View of Corniglia from San Bernardino
View of Vernazza from the trail near San Bernardino, Cinque Terre, Italy
View of Vernazza from the trail near San Bernardino

Text printed from website www.cinqueterrehike.com

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