Discovering the Unesco heritage and the Fai assets.
Individual trekking at your leisure without a guide.
On the path of the Sanctuaries – Cinque Terre Park
Let’s walk together from the Sanctuary of Soviore in Monterosso to the Sanctuary of N.S; from Reggio to Vernazza along the ancient pilgrim paths where we will meet the votive shrines that mark the Via Crucis, the centuries-old holm oaks and cypresses, the pebble mosaics called “i” Rissêu on the sanctuaries’ squares.
Trekking from Da Soviore – Monterosso to Ns. of Reggio Vernazza – Vernazza:
Difficulty: medium – Length: 5 Km – Duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes.
Discovering the Podere Case Lovara – BENE FAI
An agricultural farm immersed in the Cinque Terre Park on the path from Levanto to Monterosso. Reachable only on foot, it is an agricultural landscape restoration project and a wonderful example of sustainable agriculture. The landscape as far as the eye can see, the silence of the place, the terraces cultivated as in the past will be an incredible experience of rural life in the most authentic Liguria. Trekking from Levanto to Monterosso with a stop at Podere Case Lovara:
Difficulty: medium – Length: 6,5 km – Duration: about 2 hours and 30 min.
Towards the Hermitage of Sant’Antonio, the lookout point of the Corsare ships Del Convento di S. Antonio, built around the year 1000, today you can admire the remains of the apse with an arch and cross vault, it was inhabited until 1700 by monks who, paid by the inhabitants of Monterosso and Levanto, carried out the sighting service of pirate ships and signaling by means of bonfires. Once abandoned, Levanto took possession of the bell and Monterosso of the line statue of Saint Anthony which can be visited at the Oratorio dei Neri in the historic center. Trekking Colle di Gritta – Punta Mesco – Monterosso:
Difficulty: hiking – Length: 5 Km – Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Discovering the medieval villages from Legnaro to Levanto
Starting from the farmhouse, we enter the village of Legnaro through “alleyways” and covered streets, we arrive at the main square where the 1200s Church of San Pietro stands, perhaps the most beautiful artifact in the Levanto hinterland, from here we continue to Gallona walking along the mule track which runs along vegetable gardens, olive groves and dry stone walls and you reach the small church of San Bartolomeo. Here we are at a crossroads, keeping to the right it is possible to return to Levanto or if we are not too tired we can take the left towards Lerici – Pastine – Montale to continue our walk to discover the charm that these small villages still preserve intact of an ancient and rural world.