Narratives in Motion: Exploring Italy’s Scenic Beauty, Rich History, and Cultural Tapestry Through Trekking
A few years ago, we wrote that as in life and in social media status, the Way of Love is complicated, delicate, and in need of care. In recent days, the Via dell’Amore has reopened, an iconic route famous all over the world for its breathtaking scenery and natural romance.
TREKKING ON THE CINQUE TERRE SANCTUARY ROAD FEATURES MORE THAN JUST A MORE RELAXING ATMOSPHERE, GIVING A UNIQUE SENSE OF PEACE.
This is what a friend living abroad keeps telling me. Words that might seem corny but say it all, without saying precisely all, that this path has to offer. Technical data Difficulty: average Trail Marker: 1 Recommended time: all year Duration: 2 hours and a half – 3 hours Tips:
After a few years since a devastating flood destroyed the Cinque Terre Via Dell’Amore, it’s still complicated, like it happens in romantic relationships.
THE LEVANTO MONTEROSSO PATH IS A BEAUTIFUL TREKKING IN THE CINQUE TERRE, OFFERing Stunning VIEWS. PASSING by PODERE LOVARA, A RECENTLY RESTORED ABANDONED FARMHOUSE, AND PUNTA MESCO, it connects some riveting historical points such as THE ANCIENT MONASTERY OF S. ANTONIO.
TECHNICALLY IT’S NOT IN THE CINQUE TERRE. STILL, WITH THE MOST FAMOUS FIVE VILLAGES, IT SHARES TRADITIONS, ATMOSPHERE, AND BEAUTY. THE PATH TO GO HIKING FROM LEVANTO TO FRAMURA, PASSING THROUGH THE VILLAGE OF BONASSOLA, GOES THROUGH THE SCENTED FOREST, ALWAYS LOOKS AT THE SEA, AND OPENS UP TO SPACIOUS BEACHES.
TECHNICAL DATA: Difficulty: medium-easy Trail number: 622, then 630 Recommended period: all year round as long as the weather is good and it hasn’t rained heavily recently Duration: about 3 hours Suggestions: you can walk the path going there and back, it will be about 15 km. Alternatively, you can get there
Two hiking trails surrounded by history, religion, and nature, discovering the Val di Vara Monasteries.
The Stair of the Convicted climbs from Terrizzo to the Palmaria Island top. A walk along the route used by the prisoners convicted of forced labor for the building of the Forte Cavour.