Explore the unique wine-making history of the Cinque Terre with a small-group, sunset wine tour from Riomaggiore. Take the public bus and meet a local winemaker in Montenero, where you’ll walk between rows of grapes growing in a vineyard with a view. Learn about the traditional methods of making wine in this part of Italy, then try Andrea’s wines in this spectacular location. The size of this group is limited to nine people, making it a more personal experience.
Unusual combination of endorphins, dramatics panorama and local food is great mix of our tours. We love our job and we want give you the best we can, the E-bike are the best way to explore Cinque Terre and the rest of our region included Portofino and The medieval sea republic of Genoa.
This is the tour for you if you want to experience hiking in the Cinque Terre, but want to get off the most congested trails and head to higher ground.
We start in Corniglia and hike up to Volastra — not officially one of the five Cinque Terre villages, but thought of by locals as a close and beloved “cousin.” You'll be graced on the way up by some outstanding panoramic views, and you're sure to be charmed by Volastra itself. The vibe here feels like what the Cinque Terre used to be before they became popular — quiet, simple and utterly picturesque. You'll enjoy a bite to eat here before heading back down — those who want to hike can join the guide back on the trails to Manarola, and those who want to take it easy can hop on the local bus instead.
Fitness level: The level of difficulty on this hike is hard. This is a real hike and can be quite difficult, so you should be prepared for a workout. If you don't do heights, this tour is not for you. Not suitable for children under 12.
This is a “best of both worlds” tour. You’ll visit the most famous Cinque Terre town, and the least busy Cinque Terre town. Plus, you’ll walk a small section of the most loved Cinque Terre hiking path. Visiting these villages and hiking between them is one of the most special experiences in all of Italy. You’ll travel at a relaxed pace, walking through a gorgeous Mediteranean landscape, with a tasty treat of gelato and local wine to celebrate your efforts.
We start in Vernazza, and our guide will lead you on the quiet streets that most travelers don’t know about. We’ll take you to the most iconic shot in all of the Cinque Terre and visit the Vernazza harbour before hitting the trail and walking to the next town, hiking along a stunning route that provides all the panoramic views and beauty you see in magazines. Once in under-the-radar Corniglia, our guide will take you for a gelato and a tasty drink to toast the day.
The tour will end in Corniglia, overlooking the ocean.
Active tours, guided by geologists, archaeologists and natural Scientists, to discover nature, landscapes, history and traditions of Italy, off the typical tourist routes.
We combine active experiences such as Hiking, Mountain Biking, Canoeing and cultural Experiences connected with typical Food, Wine and History.
During the tour the Guide offers you a small snack to taste the tyipical local products.
We meet at Corniglia, the smallest and highest on the Cinque Terre and without any access to the sea, Corniglia is surrounded on three sides by vineyards and terracing. The path we take climbs through a beautiful pine forest to the hamlet of Volastra where we are rewarded with splendid panoramas over the coast. Our trail on a balcony foot path then winds through the vineyards then down to the charming village of Manarola. Built on a high rock only 70m above the sea, this beautiful port is known as the most charming of the Cinque Terre.
Explore ancient seaside villages along the Italian Riviera's rugged coastline on this private Cinque Terre trekking tour. Stroll among the vineyards as you explore centuries-old settlements including Riomaggiore, Groppo, Manarola and Vernazza with your private guide. Hear of the villages' history and winegrowing heritage, and discover top attractions along the way such as the Via dell'Amore and the 14th-century church of Our Lady of Health in Volastra. Enjoy panoramic views over the Italian coastline as the azure-blue waters of the Ligurian Sea sparkle in the distance.
Break away from the crowds, and discover a wilder side of the Cinque Terre region, on this small-group hiking tour. Setting off from Riomaggiore, follow your guide through vineyards and other lovely scenery on this challenging trek to Porto Venere. As you go, you’ll enjoy unparalleled vistas overlooking the sea. Upon arrival in Porto Venere, you’ll have time at your leisure to explore before returning to Riomaggiore by boat or by bus and train.