Category Archives: Footpaths

Rebuilding footpath between Corniglia and Manarola, path n° 2 Cinque Terre (Blue Path)


Very important news for the footpaths of Cinque Terre, above all for the path between Manarola and Corniglia, part of the famous footpath n° 2, also known as “Blue Path” o “Sentiero Azzurro” (in italian): indeed, in these days, we heard about a reconstruction of this part of the footpath, closed since almost 2 years, with a mandate of the Cinque Terre National Park.

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Overlooking the Cinque Terre. Along a panoramic ridge trail, from Biassa to Levanto, on the border of the National Park


The trek starts from Biassa, one of the oldest towns of the municipality of La Spezia, softly settled on the side of the homonymous mountain.

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The green and blue Trail: from Levanto to Deiva on the Ligurian Riviera, through the territory of production of the Colline di Levante DOC


Levanto, starting point of our itinerary, became famous during the last century as a holiday resort of the rich and famous of Italy, which led to the construction of numerous holiday homes in the Art Nouveau Style, which can still be seen with their towers around the area.

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The villages of the Cinque Terre: from Riomaggiore to Monterosso, a discovery of the villages of the world famous coast


The trek enters the territory of the National Park “Parco Nazionale delle Cinque Terre” and unwinds within the terraces and the villages which were put under the protection of the UNESCO as a World Heritage site.

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Trail n° 2 from Vernazza to Corniglia officially reopened!


We’re very happy to inform all our fans and readers about this great news! Since today, June 20th, the trail n° 2 between Vernazza and Corniglia is officially reopened!

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Cinque Terre Footpaths: the situation updated

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Let’s try to put together some information regarding the situation of the paths here in Cinque Terre.
Everyone is probably aware of the flood occurred on Oct. 25th 2011 that caused heavy damages to the towns of Vernazza and Monterosso and to the surrrounding hills.

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