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Cinque Terre by boat


The Cinque Terre National Park is a naturalistic area that includes five picturesque villages and natural parks that develop on the hills. The sea in front of these villages is also part of the Cinque Terre National Park, a natural marine protected area has been created. This natural area in 1999 was formally declared a National Park with the aim of preserving the environment and the houses found there, including the terraces for the cultivation of vines typical of this Italian region. Cinque Terre are villages that are located a few kilometers away from each other and occupy a small part of the rocks that end overlooking the sea.

From north to south Cinque Terre are:

Monterosso al Mare


Corniglia (the only one which has not a direct sea access)



Visit Cinque Terre by boat

The spectacular experience of visiting Cinque Terre by boat is to be tried once in a lifetime, to explore the coast of these places and the romantic Gulf of Poets, from another perspective. You can admire the beauty of the Gulf directly from the sea, sighting the wonderful villages of Lerici, Portovenere and the islands of Palmaria and Tino, real gems set in the Ligurian Sea. Your boat adventure continues along the Cinque Terre coast, where the small and charming pastel-colored villages stand out, which have made this coast famous all over the world. If you are a lover of nature walks, you can land and discover the Sentiero Azzurro of the Cinque Terre National Park. The Sentiero Azzurro is a twelve-kilometer trekking route that connects all the villages of Cinque Terre to one another. The Sentiero Azzurro winds on the rock and in some points descending to the sea and the view is very suggestive. In fact, from above, the view of the villages, of the terraces planted with vines and the sea crashing on the rocks will be wonderful memories forever ingrained. The stretch that connects Manarola to Riomaggiore is known as Via dell’Amore. It is a very short stretch of the Sentiero Azzurro, with a length of just one kilometer. The rare beauty of this path is given by the presence of many species of native vegetation and by the breathtaking panorama that has made it famous all over the world. Back on board, you can anchor in front of Vernazza, perhaps the most picturesque of the five villages, and be fascinated by the suggestive sunset. When the sun drops into the sea, in fact, the colors that are created are wonderful. You can make this experience on board magical with a prosecco and let yourself be lulled by the magic of dusk.

Exploring the Cinque Terre by boat will be a unique experience because you can swim in an enchanting protected marine area and you can taste the typical products on board, while you can have relax without risking to meet crowds. You can spend unforgettable days surrounded in an authentic earthly paradise and you will be pampered by the sea breeze and the gentle rhytm of the waves.

Visiting the Cinque Terre by boat will make you fall in love with these wonderful landscapes that will fill your heart. On our portal you can choose to charter a Catamaran, or Sailboat to visit Cinque Terre by sea.

Our team of Charteritaly will assist you to booking a boat suited to your tastes, to make this holiday unforgettable and lived in total safety.