•  Cinque Terre

Portovenere, a UNESCO world heritage site, is a medieval village characterized by traditional tall Ligurian houses, narrow and very colorful and facing the harbor.

Portovenere is known around the world for its stunning church situated at the top of a promontory on the sea and for the Grotta di Byron, a small natural and rocky bay between the church and the castle wall, named for the English poet who stayed here and drew inspiration for some of his poetry.

Reaching Portovenere by sea, with a boat excursion, you be able to admire the whole town, the promontory, the colorful houses, the castle, and San Pietro church.