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After confirmation of the booking will be sent instructions on how to access the apartment.
Check-in: between 2pm - 6pm
Check-out: before 10am
How to get in Corniglia
1 - By train (see Cinque Terre train time table 2018).
2 - By foot, along the Blue Path (Sentiero Azzurro)
3 - B
y car.

                                                                  How to get in Corniglia by car
                                                    Coordinate GPS 44° 07' 15.60" N 9° 42' 32.40" E
From North

From Genova you must take highway A12 Genova-Livorno and exit in 'Carrodano-Levanto'.
At the gate follow the notices for Levanto. At the bottom of the first descent you’re in the town of Levanto, proceed to Monterosso on the left. Follow on the road SP51 to Vernazza and to Corniglia.
When you meet the junction that leads to Vernazza (right) and San Bernardino (left): you go straight to Corniglia. After 2 km you are in the village.

From South
A-12 Highway (Autostrada) Genova - Livorno. Exit La Spezia-S.Stefano Magra. Follow the signs towards Cinque Terre.
You meet before Riomaggiore, Manarola and then Volastra. After a couple of miles, on the left, begins the road that leads to Corniglia and Vernazza (4.5 km): take that road.
After about 2 km you meet the junction that leads to Vernazza (right) and San Bernardino (left): you go straight to Corniglia.
After 2 km you are in the village.
Parking in Corniglia
Parking in Corniglia
White line - free parking
Yellow line - only resident
Blue line - tourists
Monterosso is in an ancient village located atop a hill, offering amazing panorams to all who venture here. 
The main tourist attractions are the Old Castle, the Church of Saint John the Baptis,t and the Convent of the Capuchin. 
The modern town stands at the foot of the Fenigia Hill, and boasts ruggedly beautiful beaches and natural areas. Finally, the Statue of Neptune, called the Giant, majestically guards the coastline from on high.

Vernazza features a picturesque small port, evidence of its ancient maritime traditions. The old town bears defensive structures, elegant architecture, decorative portals and elaborate colonnades running between the narrow lanes convergin on the main piazza, adjacent to the small port. 
The Parish House of Saint Mary of Antioch, the Doria Castle and the Sanctuary of the Virgin of Reggio are Vernazza's main tourist attractions.

Corniglia is located on the top of a promontory, where the people produce excellent wines, such as the Cinque Terre DOC, the Pollenza, and the very well-known Sciacchetrà. The so-called Guvano Beach, a famous nudists' beach.

Manarola is positioned at the top of a cliff that seems to tumble down into the sea; it is a fine example human manipulation of a harsh environment that is now made up of generous soil, terraces and vineyards and orchards.
Tourists can enjoy awe-inspiring landscapes from the Punta Bonfiglio headland, or from the churchyard of Sanctuary of Nostra Signora della Salute di Volastra'.

Riomaggiore is Cinque Terre's most famous town, as well as the closest town to La Spezia.
This is the start the zone's famous trekking route, dug into the rock in the early 20th century, and leading to Manarola where we have the famous Via dell'Amore or "Way of Love". Another route not to be missed is the Sentiero Azzurro (Blue Trail), traversing the National Park of le Cinque Terre. 

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