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Pesto Course in Levanto
"Since 1976 in Levanto’s historical center the laboratory of the pesto prepares the most ancient and well-known sauce in the world. In this laboratory you will have the chance to learn how to make the pesto sauce with your own hands following the traditio you will taste the pesto sauce made with the modern method while assisting the demonstration and explanation of the pesto sauce made with the mortar.Here comes the moment to make your own pesto sauce with the mortar: wash and dry the basil leaves pounding them together with salt pine nuts and garlic add the parmesan cheese and at the end the extra virgin olive oil. You will get a concentrated and perfumed pesto cream which can be used on the pasta or on a slice of bruschetta.At the end you will enjoy your own made pesto sauce together with a glass of white wine and some typical local products such as olives 'taggiasche' (small and black olives) bruschetta with anchovies and a typical pastry with limoncino."
From EUR29.00
 
Paragliding over the Cinque Terre
"A tandem flight is a 'paragliding flight in two people': the instructor pilot who will take you in the air and will guide you on what to do is positioned behind the passenger. You instead will be seating in the front seat in a very comfortable harness to enjoy the view and the feelings that solo pilots usually have.You will have the chance to enjoy fantastic views while flying up to Cinque Terre. The flight in Monterosso is available only from October through April. During the summer months th subject to availability."
From EUR120.00
 
Mountain Bike Tour in the Cinque Terre
"The mountain bike guide will welcome you at La Spezia train station. You will be given the mountain bikes and a short briefing with some instructions about the tour. After about 30 minutes cycling on the road leading to Portovenere which offers you great you will start a climb on an abandoned military road that takes you up to the little village of Campiglia which will take approximately 2 hours biking up the hill to 1312 feet (400 meters) above sea level. From there you can enjoy breathtaking views over the Gulf of Poets on one side and the sea of the Cinque Terre on the other side. Alessandra a young lady owning a little bar will offer you here a tasty light lunch made of typical Ligurian snacks: focaccia vegetable cakes cheese.   After this break the tour continues for about one hour
From EUR120.00

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How do I get up there?

There are five ways to reach Corniglia: • On foot via hiking trail #2 or #7a (if they’re open)• Little green park buses from train station• Hoofing it up the steep road from the train station• Puffing...
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Take the Green Bus

The fittest might wish to walk up the hill from the train station to Corniglia, but that was not us! Most will prefer taking the green shuttle bus to and from the village center. In addition to being...
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Train/bus/feet/boat

Corniglia and all Cinque Terre is better to be explored by using a mix of public and private transport +your own feet. A Cinque Terre card (see the Webside link) covers travels by train, some buses...
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Take a Hike

The best way to get around Corniglia and the Cinque Terre is by foot.Walking along the cliffs between villages is a fantastic experience and the views are spectacular.You don't need proper hiking...
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Train between the Cinque Terre Villages

To travel to Corniglia, and between the five villages of the Cinque Terre you can catch the train that runs between La Spezia and Genoa.Besides hiking, it is the easiest and quickest way to travel...
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Getting to Corniglia

There are fewer options for getting to Corniglia than the other Cinque Terre villages, as the lack of harbour means that the ferries don’t stop here. So you have the choice of coming on foot or by...
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By train

The train which runs along the Cinque Terre coast is extremely useful, and very good value.If you buy a Cinque Terre pass (which you must have to walk the coastal footpaths) train travel is free....
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Useful bus

The bus runs when it seems sensible to do so, linking with the trains and (probably) not as frequently in the very lowest season. There's a timetable posted on the bus itself, and in the village...
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The Commuter Train

There is a commuter train that runs between the five villages with great frequency during the day, roughly about every 15 minutes. However the train does not always stop at every village, so be sure...
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The train to Cinque Terre

Trains run from Genoa through the Cinque Terre, to Pisa and on to Rome.The train is the easiest way to get to the Cinque Terre. From Genoa (Genova), take the local train toward La Spezia. From La...
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Getting to Corniglia by car

OK so getting around Cinque Terre by car isn't as quick or as practical as by train BUT it is far more enjoyable.I arrived in Monterosso al Mare from Genoa (took about an hour or so) and parked in the...
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Reaching There By Train...

It's best to reach there by train but we have to get the connection from La Spezia Station where we can buy a day ticket to all 3 towns !I was sent here by Vladimir...
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Top Hotels in Corniglia

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Via Serra 58, Corniglia, 19010, Italy
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Via Solferino 10, Corniglia, 19017, Italy
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Top Things to Do in Corniglia

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Hiking

9/11/2015: Updated to reflect information about the recently revised park website, and provide new links. An enormous amount of travelers come to the Cinque Terre to hike the fabled trails between...
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Village Centre

Here and there are several great spots for training a lens at the towering cliffs, tiered vineyards and other little villages that dot the Ligurian coastline, and you don’t need a map or directions...
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Chiesa di San Pietro

St. Pete’s is the other of the village’s two chapels and another bright, airy beauty. This 14th-century (1334) church rests on the foundations of a 1000 year-old chapel - traces of which can clearly...
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Wine - Vineyards

A friend took us to this small establishment, Enoteca Il Pirun, in Corniglia, IT. The owner was an incredibly friendly local man who treated us all as old friends. We tasted a number of different...
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Oratorio di Santa Caterina

Diminutive as she may be (around 300 residents), Corniglia has two of the prettiest churches in the CT. Oratorio dei Disciplinati di Santa Caterina graces tiny piazzetta Largo Taragio and is...
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Local Life

In italy, la passeggiata - the little walk - is a languid stroll customarily taken in the early evening. Corniglia is so small that if you don’t slow your steps you’ll have covered her end-to-end in...
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Top 5 Corniglia Writers

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sue_stone

"Corniglia - on the Cinque Terre"
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toonsarah

"Perched among the vineyards"
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goodfish

"The littlest, middlest one"
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MATIM

"The third village of the Cinque Terre...."
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lamentforicarus

"Corniglia"
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