coo***anPorto Venere, five villages and coastal islands are located in central Italy. In the Liguria coastal area between the five villages and Porto Venere. The five villages and towns surrounded by mountains and the sea are ordinary and unique. The turquoise waters and wonderfully dangerous peaks give these five small fishing villages lying quietly in the Ligurian seaside cols with picturesque and intoxicating beauty. Five villages are five small villages surrounded by mountains and the sea, overlooking the northern shore of the Mediterranean Sea. Portovenere is a famous tourist and sea bathing resort. The coastal islands include Palmaria, Tino and Tineto. The islands that include the Bay of Poets in Portovenelle. Here you can admire the caves and the remains of prehistoric human habitation.
Portovenere is a medieval fishing village situated in north Italy, just south of the Cinque Terre on the Italian Riviera. This charming village is well worth the visit and can be reached from the Cinque Terre by boat or from La Spezia by boat or by bus from the train station.
Portovenere, on the Gulf of Poets, is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Its picturesque harbor is lined with brightly colored houses while narrow medieval streets lined with shops lead up the hill from the ancient city gate to the castle. Stroll around the old town and don't miss the small shop Bajeicò, a pesto shop selling delicious freshly made basil-based sauce and related products like fresh pasta.
The tip of the promontory holds a picturesque church. Byron's Cave is a rocky area leading to the sea where the poet Byron used to swim.
Ferries cruise along the coast each day, offering passengers a chance to have a view of one of the most evocative landscapes of the Mediterranean. It is possible to visit the three nearby islands by boat; Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto.
If you want to do some hiking in the Cinque Terre, take the ferry from Portovenere to Vernazza and hike from there to Monterosso, where you can catch the ferry back to Portovenere. There is also a trail to the Cinque Terre from Portovenere and the walk takes about 5 hours.