it was maybe a bit rushed, but overall it was a great trip
Tour guide was good and we had very good time there.
Our guide was very professional and very informative. Strongly recommended to have this tour. you going to love tuscany in a better way.
our tour guide was julia and she was an amazing guide and Cinque Terre is beautiful!
Met others on the trip who made it more enjoyable,cross section of languages, big tour group., instructions sometimes got unclear in translation.but great way to get away from the heat and into sea breezes and chance for a good swim .ended with wonderful view of coast by ferry. Last port best place, relaxing at Porto Venere.
For those, who are wondering to take this tour - be prepared, it is going to be a long day! Still, we had a great time, big thanks to our excellent guide Sarah!
Adorning some of the most striking coastal scenery on the planet, the five fishing villages of Cinque Terre are probably the closest you can come to paradise. The colorful little houses that pepper the coastline are the most beautiful from the sea. When it comes to exploring Cinque Terre, boat tour offers you an unforgettable experience. The villages have been a Unesco World Heritage Site for over a decade and form part of a national park. Hence, you are not allowed to drive cars in the area. You can get around by train, electric buses or foot. However, none of these options come with the stunning view of the coast. You can take a Cinque Terre boat tour from Riomaggiore or any other of the surrounding towns.
Likewise, if you are looking for a more intimate private boat tour, Cinque Terre will not disappoint. There is something for everyone. From the deck of a boat, you can enjoy a completely different perspective of these gorgeous seaside towns. You can choose among the many deals that offer boat trips around Cinque Terre. Alternatively, you can use the ferry that runs between four of the five villages on a regular basis. The ferry can also take you to the nearby towns of Levanto, La Spezia, Portofino, Portovenere. If you feel more adventurous, you can take the ferry to the nearby island of Palaria.
When you visit Cinque Terre by boat, you can stop in and explore each individual villages’ unique culture and gastronomy and admire the coastal views as you travel between them. If you are feeling more adventurous, you can even rent a kayak. Rental spots pop up evenly along the coastline, and it only takes about a half an hour to paddle between villages. Browse the page to discover the best boat trip in Cinque Terre for you and remember, nothing beats a quick refreshing dip in the ocean after a day in the Italian sun. Bring your swimsuit!