Hotel Villa Degli Argentieri

Via Fegina 120/122 (Also known as Villa Cinque Terre), Monterosso al Mare, Cinque Terre 19015, Italy
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HELP! 2 questions about Monterosso...

by bettyo70

Hi Everyone,

1) Can anyone recommend where there is FREE PARKING in Monterosso in mid-September? Does it exist?

2) What is the DIFFICULTY LEVEL of the hike from Levanto to Monterosso? I keep getting different feedback regarding how steep it is.

Thank you / Grazie!

Betty

Re: HELP! 2 questions about Monterosso...

by royalempress

We haven't gone on that particular hike but we have heard it is steep and scary in some spots. If the wind is blowing it can also make it more difficult. We were chicken to attempt that walk.

Re: HELP! 2 questions about Monterosso...

by bettyo70

royal: Rats! I heard Levanto to Monterosso was very scenic too...

Well, I'll think about it.

Re: HELP! 2 questions about Monterosso...

by royalempress

If you have a chance, consider staying in Levanto. Its a great town and has plenty of entertainment in the evening. Levanto also has a great beach. Great town close to everything. We have heard that the Garden Hotel is excellent with great rates. Our hotel insisted that we eat with them, below quality wine and food.

Re: HELP! 2 questions about Monterosso...

by bettyo70

Thanks!

And if anyone else knows about parking in Monterosso... or has hiked the path from Levanto to Monterosso, please let me know. Cheers!

Travel Tips for Monterosso al Mare

people....

by millefiori

The people here are so nice. I was helpless when i arrived without reservations at the height of summer (not reccamended) and i left 4 days later having the time of my life. i often think i should make a movie about it! i ahve returned to Monterosso a few times since then, and had the repeat experience. One thing is for sure, it is a SMALL TOWN and everyone knows averyone there. One year, i went in january to visit a friend i had made there. I was THE only tourist there and what once was a crowded lettle med city, was a snowy, empty postcard of a village. Old people were staring at me, knowing i didnt belong....it was funny. I shall never, ever forget my days there...surely some of the best of my life...

more lovely places in Cinque terre

by globetrott

This is Riomaggiore, another village of the Cinque terre, seen from the boat.

All these villages were unaccessible for many centuries, except on secret and dangerous paths over the hills, or by boat.

Take a Hike!

by sue_stone

The highlight of a trip to the Cinque Terre is a hike between the 5 villages. The distance from Riomaggiore to Monterosso al Mare is 12kms, and a lot of the trail is steep and rocky.

The walk from Riomaggiore to Manarola is the easiest. It is paved all the way, and the hardest part is probably the flight of stairs from the station at Riomaggiore up to the start of the path. Other than that the path is fairly flat and suitable for prams and high heels. This section of the trail is called the Lovers Lane. The walk from Riomaggiore to Manarola is 1km long and takes about 15-20 minutes, depending on how long you stop to gaze at the view!

The next section of the walk is from Manarola to Corniglia. This section is 3km long and takes about 1 hour. Parts of this trail are again pretty easy, but it is steeper and at times the ground is uneven under foot. The most exhausting part of this section is at the end, once you arrive at Corniglia train station. The station is located at the bottom of the hill, by the ocean, but the town of Corniglia is located on top of the hill....and there are approx 365 stairs to climb up to get up to the village!!

My favourite part of the hike is the section between Corniglia and Vernazza. This is the most scenic part, through varied landscapes - you walk through olive groves and forest, and then along the cliff edge, with spectacular views coming into Vernazza. This section is 4km long and takes about 1.5 hours to complete, though we found ourselves stopping quite a bit to admire the views - not because we were tired or anything ; )

The section between Vernazza and Monterosso is the most difficult. It is 4kms long and has lots of ups and downs and steep stairs. It is little less scenic than the others, but you do get a good view of some of the local vineyards. The beauty of Monterosso makes up for it all, plus the availability of a gelato or refreshing vino bianco at one of the many bars helps to ease those weary legs!! Good walking shoes, water and your camera!

Oratorio Santa Croze - the Ligurian type of cross

by globetrott

In Oratorio Santa Croze you may see again the special type of cross, like I saw it only on the Ligurian coast so far. All of the three ends of the cross have a certain ornament and the one in Oratorio Santa Croze is also decorated even with feathers.

Walk the trails between the five villages

by guell

The only true way to enjoy the Cinque Terre at its best is by foot. The Cinque Terre is criss-crossed by a mesh of footpaths. The routes are numerous. We chose the coastal route that links all five villages and takes about 5 hours. You don't have to walk the entire route. The train stops at each village allowing you to hop on and continue to the next town or go back to where you started. There is a small fee of about $3 to go on the coastal trail known as "Villa dell'Amore"

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 Hotel Villa Degli Argentieri

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La Villa Degli Argentieri Hotel Monterosso Al Mare

Address: Via Fegina 120/122 (Also known as Villa Cinque Terre), Monterosso al Mare, Cinque Terre 19015, Italy