An area famous in all the world. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997, precisely because of the tremendous value of the man-built terraced landscape.
The corresponding seafront is a Protected Marine Area with an extraordinary variety of animal and plant species.
An area rich in biodiversity, in 1999 it was also granted protection and valorization as a National Park: the smallest in Italy, but also the most populated, with around 4000 inhabitants divided between the five villages. It is the balance between man and nature that preserves the identity and the fragility of the area.
The Cinque Terre, thanks to its network of trails that stretches for more than 120 km, is a paradise for lovers of the outdoors or even just for those who want to enjoy connecting with nature and with its delicate beauty.