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Monterosso, Cinque Terre Holidays

The village of Monterosso is one fifth of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Cinque Terre. It’s also the biggest of the five cliff side villages and is well equipped for visitors.

There’s two distinct parts to Monterosso - the old part with narrow lanes and traditional fishermen’s cottages, and the newer part where you’ll find ample amenities including plenty of shops, waterfront restaurants and the beautiful Fegina beach. With its own train station, this little town makes it easy for visitors to explore the surrounding areas. The Cinque Terre train connects the coastal villages or you can head further afield to towns like Sestri Levante and Rapallo.

Inghams operate a telephone Rep service in Monterosso.

Useful Information

Resort Code: ITLR

Languages spoken:

Time difference: GMT +1

Currency: EUR

  • from£549pp
  • 43 rooms
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Hotel Porto Roca is located in Monterossa – the largest of the Cinque Terre’s villages. It superb cliff side setting means you’ll get to enjoy incredible sea views from its many terraces and infinity pool.

  • from£669pp
  • 50 Rooms
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Nestled in the residential area of Monterosso, the Hotel Palme offers tranquillity and relaxation whilst being within walking distance of the local beaches, train stations and ferry ports, ideal for exploring the Cinque Terre.

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Explore one of the most beautiful parts of Italy by foot on this self-guided tour. Enjoy the dramatic scenery as you navigate the cliff-edge paths and explore the charming villages. A walking map is provided as well as transport and accommodation in four-star hotels.

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A chance to explore one of Italy's most famous and scenic spots on a short break with this self-guided tour.  Immerse yourself in the spectacular scenery and Medieval history of the picturesque villages and rugged coastlines. Transport is included throughout as well as bed and breakfast accommodation at four-star hotels. 

Things To Do

Hiking

The Cinque Terre is famed for its hiking, with well-trodden paths winding along the coast between the five villages, with fantastic views along the way. We recommend setting out early and catching the train back once you’ve reached the end.

Thanks to a train station near the centre of town, it’s easy to turn your Cinque Terre holiday into a multi-centre. The Renaissance city of Florence is three hours away and, from there, you can explore the stunning Tuscan countryside. Or just head further south to the laid back coastal resort of Viareggio on the Tuscany Coast.

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