Italy has been one of the most favourite travel destinations and of course for the right reasons. The five Italian beautiful Cinque Terre villages, awarded as the UNESCO World Heritage Site are must-see destinations of the travel enthusiasts.
The rugged and remote coastal locations of the villages and the traditional way of life attract people from all over the world.
Here we present the features of five beautiful villages in the immediate vicinity of the Cinque Terre that haven’t been explored yet.
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Among the five villages, Porto Venere is a medieval fishing village that lies south of the Cinque Terre on the Italian Riviera. The pastel-coloured waterfront houses and the picturesque seaside location makes it so attractive. The Romans founded it which is heavily fortified topped by Castello Doria fortress and flanked by watchtowers.
The beauty and charm of the place has also drawn many Romantic poets like Byron and Shelley. The highly coloured houses and narrow medieval streets that run through the charming village is lined with shops lead up the hill from the ancient city gate to the castle.
Tellaro the small fishing village on the Mediterranean Coast is unbearably beautiful place to visit. The beautifully painted houses, narrow alleys, small shady squares and a very attractive seafront area on a small rocky peninsula what makes this place so attractive. The tiny fishing boats floating on the coast. This beautiful village was founded in the middle age during the 14th century but it was completely destroyed by the Saracens and later abandoned. In 1564 it was rebuilt.
This village of Italy in Cinque Terre nestles between the sea and the hill. The Magra River valley and the marble mountains of Carrara are the some of the attractions.
This charming Ligurian village sits on top of the Caprione promontory and between green olive groves, pine trees and Mediterranean maquis.
Framura is a mesmerising place in Italy to visit that lies on the hillside towards the sea. The place is adorned with decorative sculpture and frescoes are draped in cascades of purple wisteria. Each of the three main settlements – Costa, Setta and Anzo – boasts a picturesque collection of watchtowers, churches and villas dating from the 9th, 12th and 16th centuries.
This place of Italy is a dramatically adorned destination with pastel coloured villas and palaces with trompe l’oeil architectural features.
The golden sands, a castle that sits as a crown on the top of a island. You can also go for a hike along thePunta Manara trail – a two-hour loop through olive groves that starts from the Baia del Silenzio.
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