Rare beautiful corner of Italy, Cinque Terre National Park is place, from which all tourists start to explore Monterosso al Mare, as a rule. Firstly, it is the closest relative to the gene that is here easily and quickly accessible (in addition there is parking – the only one in the whole nature reserve). Secondly, there is a large sandy beach, and on a hot July afternoon tea, believe me, this is important. Still, Monterosso al Mare is very different from the other four villages of the Cinque Terre, which, incidentally, does not detract from its beauty. Just left the village and gently ruffled added in the narrow, descending to the sea, behind the scenes. Monterosso compared to them freely spread out in the valley, though small. That’s why this resort is bigger and more habitable, and even has a so-called “new quarter”. With the old area of the city they are separated by a rock Cappuccino, which is crowned by a medieval castle Aurora.
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