The cottages are located in the old and quiet village Biassa, in a cool hills overlooking the "Golfo the Poets" (Gulf of Poets), and which is closed between the beautiful villages of Lerici and Portovenere.
Visitors can reach the Cinque Terre, admiring the beauty and spend wonderful days at sea in a short time.
More can be found at the following link:
http://www. parconazionale5terre. it / with Notes on joint hiking meetings, events and news.
Mountain lovers can go through the network of hiking trails, and also Freeclimbers can climb the cliffs of the "Muzzerone", a place of extraordinary beauty, which is overlooking the sea and Portovenere dominated. Biassa along the coastal road to the Cinque Terre leads located.
Called early in the thirteenth century as 'Comunitas Blaxiae', from the same period is the nearby castle Coderone and the Church of Santa Maria Maddalena, both now and in ruins.
The fort was by the will of Genoa, around the area of Pisa, to defend the near Carpena down.
Around this core are gathered from the community and from the slopes of the mountains Verrucoli Parodi. The ancient city was the center of the parish of St. Martin, who broke away from the Carpena at the end of the thirteenth century, always Parish in turn caused the decline of the village.
With the loss of the military of the castle, the building was abandoned and the inhabitants moved further downstream and now forms Biassa.
The economy was on the cultivation of vineyards sunsets is based on the western side of the hill and in the nineteenth century, the quarries for the construction of military works of the Gulf.
Today Biassa showing houses leaning against each other, with beautiful sandstone portals and the old church of St. Martin in the Romanesque style.
Under the name sunsets Biassa you include Schiara, with the church of St. Anthony, Monesteroli with the huge rocks Montonao and Spiaggione the Nacchè and The Fossola, with the Church of the Guardian Angel. From sunsets instead are part of Campiglia case Persian and Navone according to the cliffs of Muzzerone and within walking distance of Campiglia as Schiara Monesteroli and can be reached from the main road of Biassa goes to Parodi Mount placed, from the gym in the green and the Well Napoleonic Nozzano.
Cinque Terre consists of five picturesque quaint villages on the Ligurian Riviera (Liguria region) about 80 Km south of Genoa. The five villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Cornigilia, Vernazza and Monterosso centuries were accessible only on foot or by boat. The individual places are accessible by train, boat or via narrow, winding access roads today. All five villages are linked by well-marked footpaths, including the popular and convenient footpath Via dell'Amore (Love path) from Riomaggiore to Manarola. The trails lead through varied, unspoiled nature, Mediterranean vegetation.
The Cinque Terre are among the Mediterranean natural zones that are most untainted and expanded in Liguria.
The development of dry walls and viticulture, have contributed to the design of a single-perfect scenery in the world, those who have in the presence of a crystal clear sea and a maze of breathtaking hiking trails between the richest in the Mediterranean Cinque Terre a national and global eco-tourism for taken care of. Do not forget the local specialties such as the famous wine and oil, whose uniqueness have been in the past very famous and appreciated by tourists and crowd shouted back, who wanted to discover a new taste.
The many features of the Cinque Terre area have allowed the park, first in the protected area and later Regional Park and National Park and then to belong to the group in the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage Site. A breathtaking view of the sea and the rugged sloping coast this under conservation section of the Ligurian Riviera makes every hike a memorable one.
The region has about 7 000 inhabitants and is protected as a national park, in which nothing can be built or modified. In 1997, the Cinque Terre have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage.
Lo è uno dei vini Sciacchetrà Passiti Pià ¹ celebri di tutto il patrimonio vitivinicolo italiano.
Prodotto nella zona delle Cinque Terre, splendido approdo turistico della provincia di La Spezia, lo Sciacchetrà si ottiene dalle uve dei vitigni di Riomaggiore, Monterosso, Coniglia, Menarola e Vernazza.
Lo Sciacchetrà è un vino raro, che si produce in piccole quantità. Identificato dalla Controlled Denomination of Origin Cinque Terre, lo Sciacchetrà ha anche il ottenuto riconoscimento speciale del Presidio Slow Food.