Of the various villages in the Cinque Terre, Corniglia is the one with very special characteristics.

Its geographical position alone (92 m above sea level) makes it clear that it has to be deserved.

It has been like this for thousands of years.

From the railway station, if you skip the bus and want to get up there, there are 365 steps available, traced along the slope, well ordered and ready to be walked.

This is also the case for the La Marina cliff.

The steps are necessary to access most of the houses or to reach the neighbouring villages via the up and down paths.

But what is more beautiful than a challenge with oneself, to then enjoy the victory?

The beauty, those panoramic views created by magic, those paths that challenge nature, in short everything, are exceptional works of genius nature.

They are paintings that have the eternal flavour of wonders and the profound meaning of what it means to respect nature.

To accompany it with gentleness, with the right rhythm, with the awareness of the effort, means to love it.

And Corniglia, shining star of this universe that has no limits, is there, ready to offer you the joy of finally getting to know yourself.

In 1997, the Cinque Terre were inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as a cultural site of exceptional value. They represent the harmonious interaction between man and nature in the production of a landscape of exceptional scenic quality and as evidence of a traditional way of life that has existed for more than a millennium.

The Ligurian coastal region of the Cinque Terre is an exceptional example of a unique landscape. Where the harmony between the sea and the surrounding terraces leaves you speechless, and where the wild beauty seems to tell a story full of strong emotions.