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Monterosso al Mare Wine tasting & winery tours

Our most recommended Monterosso al Mare Wine tasting & winery tours

Cinque Terre: Wine Tasting in Monterosso

1. Cinque Terre: Wine Tasting in Monterosso

Taste the flavors of Cinque Terre at a Monterosso wine bar. Try 3 different wines and enjoy a tasting of local products. Enjoy a conventionally made Cinque Terre DOC white wine, a naturally and traditionally made local white wine, and a Sciacchetrà. The tasting will be accompanied by some crostini, focaccia, salami, and cantucci with the Sciacchetrà. Discover the diversity of flavors and winemaking philosophies that can be found even in a small area. Learn about the new generation of Cinque Terre winemakers and the renaissance of traditional wine making.

From La Spezia: Cinque Terre Boat Tour with Lunch and Wine

2. From La Spezia: Cinque Terre Boat Tour with Lunch and Wine

Navigate aboard a 10-meter-long vintage wooden boat for an authentic Italian experience discovering the Cinque Terre. Embark on a scenic cruise across the five picturesque villages that make up the region, taste a delicious buffet lunch with wine, and stop to explore the village of Vernazza. Board your boat at Porto Mirabello in La Spezia and set sail along the striking Cinque Terre coastline. Become surrounded by towering cliffs and crystal-clear water and seize the chance to stop for a swim. Admire the traditional architecture of the ancient villages that make this area famous. Indulge in a buffet of regional products, such as bruschettas and cheeses, and sip on some sparkling Prosecco on board. Reconnect with nature and bask in the sun as you travel by Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, and Monterosso, and disembark to stroll around the charming Vernazza.

Cinque Terre: Private Day Trip from Florence with Lunch

3. Cinque Terre: Private Day Trip from Florence with Lunch

Discover one of Italy’s most amazing destinations, the unforgettable Ligurian Coast of Cinque Terre, UNESCO World Heritage site. Enjoy scenic views of the 5 ingeniously constructed fishing villages on this private tour from Florence, accompanied by your own guide/sommelier. Cinque Terre was proclaimed as Italy's first national park in 1999. It is the smallest but also the densest national park in Italy. Between the villages, you will enjoy scenic train rides along the Ligurian coastline. A relaxing boat ride is also included between 2 of the villages so you can witness the stunning views of the Cinque Terre from the water. Wander the narrow streets, admire the colorful houses, or take the chance to swim in the turquoise water. Cinque Terre's rocky landscape has been tamed by winemakers who carved and cultivated the steep terraces facing the sea. It remains Italy's most difficult area to cultivate, due to unfriendly environmental conditions. Despite this, the area produces high-quality wines that reflect the traits of the territory: the salty whiff of minerality served as a reminder of the terraced vineyards on the Ligurian coast. Its wines are equally stunning: refreshing like a dip in the sea and scented like its exotic flora. Apart from sightseeing, this tour is centered around wine and food traditional to the area and distinct in its nature. Enjoy a multi-course lunch paired with the aromatic, mineral wine of Cinque Terre in a restaurant overlooking the Ligurian sea. Dive into traditional food and local specialties like focaccia, seafood dishes, and pasta with pesto, a sauce whose birthplace is the Ligurian region. Discover a paradise on the Italian Riviera where houses are suspended on steep cliffs and the crystal clear waters of the Ligurian Sea invite you in for a swim!

From Florence: Private Day Tour to Cinque Terre

4. From Florence: Private Day Tour to Cinque Terre

Explore the best of Cinque Terre's scenery, culture, and gastronomy on this day tour from Florence. Get picked up from Florence and take a scenic drive to the Cinque Terre. Take a brief stop to visit the picturesque village of Manarola. Next, arrive in Vernazza and relax over lunch (optional). Enjoy an optional tasting of local wines at one of the region's renowned wineries. After lunch, take the train to Riomaggiore and for some free time to explore the village. When you're done, hop on a boat to Monterosso. Go for a swim in the crystal-clear waters or spend some time exploring the village. After your swim, get back on the train to Manarola to explore the village on your own. Head back to Florence at the end of your tour.

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