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Italian Foodie Road Trips: Cinque Terre In One Day

In the fourth instalment of our series, US travelers Allison and Eric Bieller will be feasting their way through Cinque Terre, on the Italian Riviera. The 12-kilometer stretch of coastline in the Liguria region, along with its picturesque villages, is a UNESCO- World Heritage site. Eric and Allison check out all five of the villages – Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore, and sample delicious Italian specialities. Buon appetito!

Walking Tour: Manarola – Cinque Terre, Italy (4K)

Manarola is a small town, a frazione of the comune of Riomaggiore, in the province of La Spezia, Liguria, northern Italy. It is the second-smallest of the famous Cinque Terre towns frequented by tourists, with a population of 353.

Walking Tours: ‘Manarola – Cinque Terre, Italy’ (4K)

Manarola is a small town, a frazione of the comune of Riomaggiore, in the province of La Spezia, Liguria, northern Italy. It is the second-smallest of the famous Cinque Terre towns frequented by tourists, with a population of 353.

The origin of the village is linked to the need of the populations who lived on the Gulf of Gaeta to move to new settlements in a protected position on the surrounding hills, to defend against Saracen raids. Maranola is mentioned for the first time in 1029 and again in 1045, when it is indicated as castrum, a place fortified with walls and towers. In 1041 the existence of a “via carraria de Maranola” is also attested. Under the Caetani a new wall with three towers was then built, the only access to which was the so-called “ravellino”, demolished at the end of the 19th century. The village was placed under siege in 1347 by Nicola Caetani as part of the clashes conducted to regain Mola, Castellone and Traetto. His son, Onorato I Caetani, had a castle built there which took from him the name of “Castello Onorato”. In April 1400 it was besieged by the troops of Ladislao I of Naples. In the 15th century it had the status of a *university* and the statute states that it included the hamlets of Mamurrano, Ponzanello and Trivio in its territory. In 1414 the property was sold to Pietro Origlia, count of Caiazzo, but Cristoforo Caetani took it back by force. In 1428 it became an autonomous municipality together with a quarter of the territory of Maranola. In 1491 it was in possession of Caterina Pignatelli, in 1504 by Prospero Colonna and in 1691 it passed to the Carafa, who kept it until the abolition of feudalism in 1806.

Views: Coastal Towns Of The Mediterranean (8K)

Some of the most beautiful and charming coastal towns along the Mediterranean sea in 8K resolution. You will see towns and resorts along French Riviera, Italian Riviera, Spanish coast, Greek islands, Croatian and Montenegro coastline.

Video timeline: 0:00​-0:14​ Intro 0:15​-0:45​ Corfu island, Greece 0:46​-1:02​ Kefalonia island, Greece 1:03​-1:32​ Saint Tropez, France 1:33​-1:53​ Collioure, France 1:54​-2:38​ Cap Ferrat, France 2:39​-3:19​ Menton, France 3:20​-3:28​ Cavalaire-sur-Mer, France 3:29​-4:11​ Marseille, France 4:12​-4:24​ Principality of Monaco 4:25​-4:52​ Eze, France 4:53​-5:04​ La Turbie, France 5:05​-5:17​ Carqueiranne, France 5:18​-5:32​ Palavas les Flots, France 5:33​-6:02​ Bonifacio, Corsica island, France 6:03​-6:24​ Venice, Italy 6:25​-6:57​ Manarola, Italy 6:58​-7:07​ Vernazza, Italy 7:08​-7:16​ Riomagiore, Italy 7:17​-7:53​ Rapallo, Italy 7:54​-8:07​ Portofino, Italy 8:08​-8:34​ Amalfi Coast, Italy 8:35​-8:59​ Taormina, Sicily, Italy 9:00​-9:11​ Cadiz, Spain 9:12​-9:26​ Tossa de Mar, Spain 9:27​-9:34​ Ibiza, Spain 9:35​-9:44​ Porto Cristo, Majorca, Spain 9:45​-10:01​ Cape Palos, la Manga, Spain 10:02​-10:31​ Barcelona, Spain 10:32​-11:17​ Dubrovnik, Croatia 11:18​-11:26​ Antalya, Turkey 11:27​-12:00​ Boka Bay, Muntenegro

Walking Tours: ‘Manarola, Cinque Terre, Italy’ (Video)

Manarola is a small town, a frazione of the comune of Riomaggiore, in the province of La Spezia, Liguria, northern Italy. It is the second-smallest of the famous Cinque Terre towns frequented by tourists, with a population of 353. 

►Map of the Walk◄ https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/edi…

▼▼Video Timeline Links▼▼ 0:00 – Drone Intro 1:19 – Walk begins 2:59 – Piazzale Papa Innocenzo IV 6:18 – Manarola Water Wheel 8:46 – Tunnel to train station 9:03 – Piazza Dario Capellini 12:01 – the Marina 17:19 – walk out to scenic lookout 21:53 – Scenic lookout 23:59 – Cliff trail out 26:47 – Cliff trail back 29:02 – Scenic lookout 32:44 – Manarola Cemetery 33:19 – Walk back towards town 36:14 – Walk through the residential district 39:40 – Scenic viewpoint 44:50 – Main street 48:36 – Church of San Lorenzo

Food & Wine: “Nessun Dorma Cinque Terre” Offers Vineyard Tour & Tasting In Manarola, Italy

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An immersive journey through Cinque Terre wines: from the visit of a local wine producer’s vineyard in Manarola to the wine tasting in our cozy winery.

 

Nessun Dorma Cinque Terre Wine Route and Tasting in Manarola Italy Details MapDETAILS OF THE EXPERIENCE:

  •  Check in at 5.00pm at Cantina Nessun Dorma (in the church square of Manarola)
  •  Short walking tour in the vineyards above Manarola village
  • Wine tasting in our cozy winery
  • 3 glasses of local wine: Cinque Terre DOC white wine, red wine and Sciacchetrà (passito wine)
  • Discovering together the flavor of each wine and its characteristics
  • Eating local and selected food

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