The largest of the Cinque Terre, which in addition to the historical center of the village is developed along the promenade of Fegina, will conquer you with its many points of interest between the scenic Punta Mesco, on the border with Levanto, and the other side, where the path to Vernazza starts. It is the only one of these gorgeous villages to have large beaches with little round stones with well-equipped bathing establishments, and its shoreline is characterized by a magnificent sea stack, which has become one of its symbols. Of ancient origins, it returned to habitual splendor after the terrible flood that struck and partially destroyed it on October the 25th, 2011: a vision that ispired lot of poems of the Nobel Prize for Literature Eugenio Montale, who spent a long time in the family villa. In addition to its crystal and clear waters, admire the Giant's statue, the Cappuccini's Convent and the church of San Francesco, with the statue of the Saint of Assisi on a breathtaking terrace, San Giovanni's church with Ligurian white and black marbles, Torre Aurora, defensive building against the Saracens of the 16th Century. And those who want to climb on the hills, could visit the sanctuary dedicated to Nostra Signora di Soviore, in the homonymous location. As part of the Cinque Terre, along with Porto Venere and the Spezia archipelago, it has been included in the Unesco List of World Heritage Sites.
Explore the Cinque Terre and Portovenere Protected Marine Area in a slow but active way: paddle through crystalline waters populated …
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