What To See In Cinque Terre
From its sea views to beautiful evening sunsets, its truly paradise... I met with Briana and Alissa, the couch surfers I met back in Interlaken, in Cinque Terre. It was surreal to be in my "homeland" for the first time. I was so excited, I felt like I came full circle. All the hard work of getting my Italian passport was being rewarded right now. I could not wait to explore Italy and at some point make it down to Sicily where my family came from.
We spent a lovely three days in Cinque Terre at this beautiful villa, La Francesca. Marco, the owner was very sweet and gave us a room that overlooked the sea. It's in the middle of the Cilento National Park, where it sits on the edge of a protected marine area that stretches 20km down the coastline. It was easy to get to the other towns, we saw them all in the course of our stay.
The restaurant at La Francesca was delicious too, whether you had seafood or vegetarian, you couldn't go wrong. The wine was so fresh and from the local vineyards in the area.
I loved how much Italians put so much love and care into the food they make, at least that was what I experienced at La Francesca. I highly recommend staying here, its a beautiful place.
If you stay there, tell Marco I sent you! :) He will appreciate it.
Grazie mille, Marco for your generous hospitality. If I am ever back in Cinque Terre, I'll always come back to your villa. We enjoyed our stay.