Parco Naturale Regionale Di Porto Venere, La Spezia
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Parco Naturale Regionale Di Porto Venere, La Spezia - Address, Phone Number
Address: Via Garibaldi, 9, 19025 La Spezia, Italy
Time Required: 08:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:30 am - 01:30 pm Details
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Park, Wildlife Park, Hiking Trail, Castle, Family And Kids, Unesco Site
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This beautiful park, famous for it’s coastline and archipelago is a wonder of water, vegetation and wildlife. It’s a popular hiking and trekking destination. It is also a site of historical interest – in one of the caves here, prehistoric remains were found. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There’s a lovely little town in the park, the Porto Venery, and you can also visit the islands of Palmaria , Tino and Tinetto. Other highlights include:
- The Castello Doria (more accessible from Vernazza)
- The military fortifications of Battery Fortified Umberto I, Battery Semaphore, Forte Cavour
- The Villa Romana at the bottom of the creek Varignano Vecchio
- Convent Olivetani
- Cave of Pigeons
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Compared to some other places we visited in the area, it wasn't quite as breath taking. However, you get a great view of the sea next to the church and an even better one if you are willing to do the walk up to the castle. Our young children enjoyed the walk as well- was not too difficult for a 4 yr old. Lovely harbor area and some fun shops if you wander down some of the side streets. Would be happy to visit again.
Close to all great way to check everything out! Porto Venere is so beautiful and the last area farthest south of Cinque Terre!
A unique combination of nature, architecture and local culture. Magnificent place! I didn't visit the islands though and wasn't sunbathing on the beautiful beaches. But they should surely be awesome too. Highly recommend!
Great place to visit, nice restaurants, shopping, they have their own perfume that they make there. The view amazing, water, mountains, boats .
The first stop of the Cinque terre. Gorgeous coast.
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