Tranquility in Cinque Terre


Place to Stay    Il Carugio di Corniglia  A traditional, yet modern complex offering a range of accommodation for inquisitive travellers and explorers. The family run business boasts over 20 years catering to a range of guests. The small resort offers two kinds of accommodation, the Carugio and Pusu, Il Carugio is a building spread over three floors, with the top terrace offering panoramic views. You can enjoy stunning views of the sea, the surrounding village, vineyards and the Sanctuary of San Bernardino. The other location, Il Pusu, is ideally located in a small square in the heart of the village, the Ciapaa. Home to local restaurants and grocery stores. From its private and equipped terrace, you will enjoy a splendid view of the village. Price: Start from £110 per night

Things to Do    Enjoy the Handmade Pottery Shops  Corniglia is the quietest of the five Cinque Terre Villages, probably because it’s the hardest to reach via foot – or a rather unnerving spaghetti like road! Perched above the sea, it avoids the busy pedestrian traffic arriving by boat as there’s no harbour. It’s managed to preserve a very relaxed and laid-back ambience. A good browse is worthwhile around the delightful boutiques and gift shops. It’s bursting with local charm, full of handmade pottery shops and little knick-knacks you want to scatter around your kitchen shelves.

Sundowner Spot


Terra Rossa Wine & Food 

A tiny wine bar tucked in the heart of Corniglia, the perfect spot for antipasto and your afternoon Aperitivo. Run by two well-known local sisters, the food is simple, yet delicious. Serving traditional Italian bites and a hearty selection of wine, it’s the best spot to relax and enjoy an afternoon in town. Shrouded in vines, the quaint eatery boasts impressive views across the azure ocean and rustic fisherman’s coastline.












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