The views over the town and the Mediterranean really are something from here. The apartment has two bedrooms and sleeps 2/4 people, is spacious and has a new kitchen.
- This spacious two-bedroom apartment is on the 3rd floor of a historic building with no elevator. The apartment consists of a new and modern kitchen (4 burner stove, oven, fridge) opening onto a large balcony with sea views, a furnished living room with LCD TV (Italian channels), a washing machine, two bedrooms with double beds and a bathroom with a toilet and shower. The kitchen and living room are not separated by a door. There are ocean views from both bedrooms - and two steps up to one of them. Guests are welcome to bring a cot for the babies.
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Note: arrival on Sundays are only possible between 1st April and 1st October from 14:00 to 18:00.
Fantastic towns and area. The pressure of tourists is soaring in the towns, but in the mountain you can get some air, and the most spectacular views/overviews of the areas/towns.
There are a lot of impressions that need to settle in after 8 days in "Cinque Terre", where we hiked up and down mountains along the coast, and met one gorgeous view after another.
The area is definitely worth a visit, but if you're going hiking, it might be best to come late in the season, when it isn't as warm. It was wonderful to sit on the balcony in the warm nights.
The apartment totally fulfilled our expectations, especially the balcony with the magnificent view over the town and ocean.
Do be aware that, there is a lot of stairs leading up to the apartment.
It could've been nice, if there was a bit more info about practical stuff in the apartment.
For example: How do I get around on food, with bus, and train? Prices?
Which paths are closed?
Where can I shop groceries?
Only remark I have to the apartment is that, the balcony is pretty narrow, and it would be better with a small table and a couple of loungers.