Walks Of The Cinque Terre And Portofino

Italy

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Walks on Italy's stunning Ligurian riviera

Details

Duration: 8 Days
Starts in: Italy
Group Size: 5-15

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Start Moneglia.

Follow the coastal trail between Deiva Marina and the villages of Framura and Bonassola

Take the train to Cinque Terre N.P; walk the stunning paths to some of Liguria's prettiest villages.

Walk on the Portofino promontory and explore the world-renowned fishing village of Portofino itself.

Free day to relax, take optional walks, try kayaking or visit nearby Portovenere or Genova.

Transfer to Rapallo by train, take the cable car up Montallegro for fantastic views and walk down to Chiavari, afternoon wine tasting.

Return to the Cinque Terre area for an alternative walk through glorious coastline and colourful villages.

End Moneglia.

Additional Information

Located on a part of Italy's most beautiful coastline, nestled between the Cinque Terre and bay of Portofino, our base in the seaside town of Moneglia is a real treat for visitors.  On inspirational walks through hills, woodland and coastal villages we will discover why these areas have earned names such as the Gulf of the Poets. Many of the country’s most iconic trails are situated in the region of Liguria and this trip makes a great introduction to Italy with its ample opportunities for walking, relaxing and sampling delicious food and wine.

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