Cinque Terre is a popular tourist destination famed for its great outdoors and opportunities made available for people keen on nature explorations. This coastal section combines the beauty of the set (terraced rugged relief) with the vibe typical of the Ligurian villages. Given Cinque Terre excels on the tourist map of Italy precisely by its lack of urban development (except for Monterosso al Mare), orientation is an aspect one should always consider before traveling or, why not, during their stay in Cinque Terre.

Cinque Terre (literally, the Five Lands) consists of 5 neighboring villages (small towns) stretching along the Ligurian coastline in northwest Italy. Riomaggiore is the southernmost of them, and, geographically speaking, it is followed northwards by Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso al Mare.

By using the interactive map provided below, visitors can learn in a more intuitive way about their geographical display, as well as they can learn the names of the most important thoroughfares in order to orient better and find the top attractions of the region. They can also find out more about the neighboring attractions: Portovenere, La Spezia, and the landlocked villages which, along with Cinque Terre proper, are part of the wider National Park of Cinque Terre.

The hybrid button allows visitors to see the satellite imagines of the region. The zoom in and zoom out button helps them choose the scale they want, such that the main attractions and itineraries become visible.

Cinque Terre, Italy
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