It’s the hikers’ paradise and it’s able to evoke incomparable emotions, the coastline village which does not rise from the waters, but stays perched up on the rocks and watches the waves from the top of a promontory, about 100 metres high. The village itself is beautiful, you can see and feel how locals take care of it in a way that is different than other villages. From the train station you have a shuttle bus service (8am to 8pm approx. – 2 minutes ride) taking you to main square or the famous 382 steps of the Lardarina.
It is the village preferred by hikers. Its vineyards are extremely important for the produce of the famous Cinque Terre wine and the scenery they create are honey for the eyes. Corniglia has been isolated in ancient times, and that’s reflected in the character of its people. Despite its isolation and quietness, it is, anyway, lively all time of the year apart from NOV-FEB.