Manarola, Liguria, Italy. Is one of the smallest towns in Italy, however, it is frequently visited by tourists due to its stunning beauty. The oldest building here is San Lorenzo church, which dates back to 1338 and makes Manarola the oldest town of all five. In general the town is defined by the terraced colorful houses, built on the steep rocky coastline.
Manarola is one of the Cinque Terre towns on the Italian Riviera. The Love’s Trail connects Manarola with Cinque Terre’s Riomaggiore – another favorite tourist attraction. Today the colorful buildings define the landscape of the fishermen town.
Tourists can walk the hiking tracks on the hills and vineyards. After that they can spend a very cozy evening enjoying Italian cuisine and wines.