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To turn your trip to the Cinque Terre and Portovenere into a real experience
Cinque Terre Ferries, a new shipping company that offers original excursions to reach and get to know the Cinque Terre and Portovenere.
You will not be simply “transported”: navigation will already be a holiday experience, with breath-taking views and the first introduction to the nature and culture of this coast.
We will do it with Lord Byron, a modern and comfortable vessel equipped with individual seats, bar, TV screens and an audio system that will allow our professional guides to tell you about the nature and history of that unique scenario that in the meantime will flow before your eyes.
Once in the chosen location, we will not limit ourselves to disembark with a goodbye but, where possible, our guides will also accompany you ashore. We will offer you an app to download with the recommended itinerary and a free paper map that will guide you along the way. We will also recommend various activity options to allow you a true knowledge of the attractions of the area and to “live” it instead of passively being fascinated by it.
Have a good experience!
CinqueTerreFerries PROTOCOLLO COVID
At each complete landing, the ship will be sanitized with procedures and products approved by the Ministry of Health.
Get a 10% DISCOUNT!
If you have at least two days join both the tours!
You will get a 10% discount on the total price and have the chance to visit more places.
Why choose Cinque Terre Ferries for your excursions.
our valueTHE TERRITORY
During our tours you will be able to cross a unique and varied territory.
From the departure from La Spezia you will appreciate the deep protected gulf at the end of which the city is located. In the western part of the gulf the villages of Cadimare, Fezzano and finally the delightful Le Grazie, in an inlet, will parade. Looking towards east instead, you will be able to see the peaks of the Apuan Alps and then distinguish the village of San Terenzo and the profile of Lerici with its imposing medieval castle.
Leaving the gulf, the navigation will continue in the stretch of sea that divides the green island of Palmaria from Portovenere. Both those who had opted to stop in Portovenere, and those who will continue towards the Cinque Terre, could not help but notice the breath-taking profile of this village characterized by a “palazzata” of high coloured houses dating back to the Middle Ages, by the imposing Doria castle which dominates it from above and finally by the ancient church of San Pietro built on the rocks of the promontory.
From here you go out into the open sea and towards the coast of the Cinque Terre characterized by steep and imposing slopes that at times are terraced to make way for rather daring vineyards. It seems impossible that in the past men wanted to grow vines in such a difficult environment, yet it happened and to this day here they produce excellent DOC wines. Then the Cinque Terre villages will parade, in order: Riomaggiore, a snake of colourful houses clinging to the mountain and up to the sea; Manarola, with its natural swimming pool in front of a colourful village; Corniglia, the only one of the Five not on the sea but higher up on a rocky spur; Vernazza, unmistakable with the tower of the castle to dominate it and with its small marina on which overlooks the splendid church of Santa Maria di Antiochia and the whole village of a thousand colours; finally Monterosso, the largest village of all five, with a large beach and a well-preserved ancient village.