The platform of Monterosso Station is also built on the seaside, and the second village of Mana Rora can be seen in the distance. Monterosso is the only village in the five with sand, but the sand is not thin, a bit like a small stone grain, but the water is very clean.
A very Mediterranean place. The house is built on the hills and the village is full of flowers and plants. There are many chic little restaurants in the village, you can try. The pizza is very delicious, using local sauce.
Monterosso Giant is also an important place in Cinque Terre, many places are beautiful, the whole area is quite large, several facilities are very unique, this landscape is also very attractive, like the people's scenery here.
This is the fifth village of the Cinque Terre. In fact, the third, fourth and fifth villages all get off at the same station, but they go in different directions. You must find out before you go. Compared with the first and second villages, this place is not so famous. Generally speaking, it is a village with a beach. You can't go to the sea in winter, and most of the shops on the beach are not open, only one or two are open, and I have a cup of espresso. After a while, he left. As a result, the train was delayed and waited for half an hour. Only a car left the village.
One of the five villages, Monterosso. A small fishing village by the sea. It is about 100 kilometers from Genoa. Together, the five villages have a permanent resident of 9,000 people. Life is slow and indisputable. It is said that during the peak season, people are also crowded, and the train is crowded with salt fish.
Located in the heart of a small natural bay east of Punta Mesco on the Las Péziar River, the Monterosso al Mare is protected by a small artificial reef. It is the westernmost end of the Cinque Terre. The local train station is located in Fegina, which is relatively large compared to the steep cliffs in other Cinque Terrestrial Villages. There are also more hotels. But it is far from the other Cinque Terrestrial Villages to walk.