Riomaggiore

Riomaggiore is a small, quaint and incredibly charming village with its colorful buildings clinging to the cliffs above the transparent Ligurian Sea.

Depending on what direction you are arriving from, Riomaggiore is either the first or the fifth village of the Cinque Terre. For those arriving from the direction of La Spezia it will be the first village while for those arriving from the direction of Genoa it’s the fifth.

Riomaggiore is a small, quaint and incredibly charming village with its colorful buildings clinging to the cliffs above the transparent Ligurian Sea.

Depending on what direction you are arriving from, Riomaggiore is either the first or the fifth village of the Cinque Terre. For those arriving from the direction of La Spezia it will be the first village while for those arriving from the direction of Genoa it’s the fifth.

A steep hillside divides the village half: the more modern side (where Riomaggiore’s train station is located) and the historical center. The two sides of the village are connected by a pedestrian tunnel that runs parallel to the railways lines. This tunnel makes it possible to walk from one side of the village to the other in just 2 minutes!

Despite its small size, Riomaggiore offers: 3 grocery markets, a bakery, 12 restaurants, 11 wine bars/cafés and numerous take-away shops and boutiques.

For those looking to swim and relax, Riomaggiore’s rocky beach is located just around the bend from picturesque marina and the ferry docking point.

The five Cinque Terre villages are clustered on a rugged twelve-kilometer stretch of the Italian Riviera and just mere minutes from one another by train, making it very quick & easy to visit the other villages.

Get in touch

Riomaggiore Reservations

(+39) 0187 760 575

info@riomaggiorereservations.com

P.IVA 01229780117 Codice CITR 011024-CAV-0003

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A steep hillside divides the village half: the more modern side (where Riomaggiore’s train station is located) and the historical center. The two sides of the village are connected by a pedestrian tunnel that runs parallel to the railways lines. This tunnel makes it possible to walk from one side of the village to the other in just 2 minutes!

Despite its small size, Riomaggiore offers: 3 grocery markets, a bakery, 12 restaurants, 11 wine bars/cafés and numerous take-away shops and boutiques.

For those looking to swim and relax, Riomaggiore’s rocky beach is located just around the bend from picturesque marina and the ferry docking point.

The five Cinque Terre villages are clustered on a rugged twelve-kilometer stretch of the Italian Riviera and just mere minutes from one another by train, making it very quick & easy to visit the other villages.

Get in touch

Riomaggiore Reservations

(+39) 0187 760 575
info@riomaggiorereservations.com

P.IVA 01229780117 Codice CITR 011024-CAV-0003

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