I Coralli

Via San Pietro 17, Monterosso al Mare, 19016, Italy
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Font, San Giovanni BatistoFont, San Giovanni Batisto

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Forum Posts

Ferrari Factory

by harrywill

Visiting Monterosso al Mare in May & would like to visit the ferrari factory in Maranello. Are day trips available by train or bus from Monterosso to Maranello & return

Re: Ferrari Factory

by leics

I doubt it: a factory is hardly a tourist attraction.

But you might be able to arrange a private visit (if you have a Ferrari). This page has info:

http://www.travel-italy.com/info/emiliaromagna/articles/ferrari_factory_tour.php

And this one:

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/travel/your_say/article1373004.ece

and this one:

http://www.barchetta.cc/english/All.Ferraris/Events/Maranello.visit/Touring.Marnello.htm

You can find train times, details and fares from Monterosso to Modena (in English) here:

http://www.ferroviedellostato.it/homepage_en.html

I don't think there is a station at Maranello.

Travel Tips for Monterosso al Mare

Cinque Terre

by Sasie

This is a lovely hike. Not a strenuous go between the five villages on the coast. The park pass avaiable at either end of the trail is great, it allows you to travel in the park for a set period of time and also includes train transport between the villages. (Riomaggiore, Vernazza, Manorola, Corniglia and Monterosso).
It's a great view. The path is alternately paved stone or paths up the sides of vineyards. Quite beautiful. Sometimes the path has to be closed if the conditions make it a bit dicey.
Reserve your room ahead, though, if you plan to stay in one of the villages. You may have a hard go of it if you just show up.
www.cinqueterreonline.com

Pesto

by sikorka

While in Cinque Terre besides fresh fish and focaccia ligure do not forget to try some pasta with pesto! Pesto cames from Liguria, the region where Cinque Terre is located, so you have the chance to try some of the best home-made pesto ever!
While we were in Riomaggiore we ordered TRENETTE* CON PESTO, really delicious!
But the best pesto we bought in Portovenere, on the main street in the historic center there is "BAJEICO - La BOTTEGA del PESTO". You can't miss it while in Portovenere!!! Every day they make fresh, home-made pesto, with no preservatives.

Trenette: long pasta, looks like linguine

Snorkeling, cliff jumping, mopeds and more!

by happyalways

A friend of mine, Sean Risotti, runs tours through the Cinque Terre. Although all of his tours begin in Monterosso he takes people all over the Cinque Terre. While I was there we went cliff jumping (I believe the highest point was about 45 feet), snorkeling (some of the most fantastic fish I have ever seen!), hiked the Via dell'amore (a trail leads through all five of the towns although I thought the most beautiful stretch was between Vernazza and Corniglia), rode motor bikes on the winding road above the sea, went wine tasting, and so much more!!!

walk the small paths through the fertile terraces

by globetrott

Have a walk through the fertile terraces with trees of all kind and wine growing, obviously the whole year.

I was there end of March 2003 and the lemons on this tree were bigger than the ordinary lemons I may buy at home.

In Cinque Terre the sun shines on the terraces and keeps the warm climate inside this wide valley of Monterosso al Mare.

The Marketplace

by wilocrek

Located in the plaza on the south side of Monterosso, the open marketplace is a fun way to shop and take in the local vibe of the village. There are vendors selling roasted chicken and fresh deli meats. There is a abundance of colorful, fresh produce on long tables in all types and varieties. They also sell clothing, shoes and other strange knick knacks local to the region. Its a fun way to spend an hour, then of course back to the beach!

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Address: Via San Pietro 17, Monterosso al Mare, 19016, Italy