What the Hemitage over the Sea is.
Location and directions
Where is and how to reach the Hermitage over the Sea.
Prices, deposit, credit card, services, reservation and cancellation policy.
Pictures of the Hermitage over the Sea and of the wonderful panorama.
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A charming apartment in the very heart of Vernazza
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Guide to the Cinque Terre
www.cinqueterrevacanze.com is the most complete Guide to the Cinque Terre. Here there is just a very small part of the information available:
» Where are the Cinque Terre
Where are the Cinque Terre and how to reach them by train, car and boat.
The village of Vernazza, the jewel of the Cinque Terre, few minutes far from the Hermitage over the Sea.
» Watching in the Cinque Terre
Some hints to enjoy the nature of the Cinque Terre. Includes few notes on the “Cinque Terre Marine Protected Area” end the “Cetacea Sanctuary”.
» The Blue Path
A small guide on the most important track in the Cinque Terre.
Bed and breakfast at “The Hermitage over the Sea”
An exclusive stay in a villa nested on a rocky promontory on the sea, hidden into a thick of pinetrees, holm-oaxes and cypresses near Vernazza, in the middle of the gulf of Cinque Terre. An extraordinary experience for those who love a gorgeous and pure nature.
The house is large, comfortable, and fully furnished. Three air-conditioned double bedrooms with private bathrooms, two large living rooms with fireplace, a large panoramic terrace are at our guests' disposal.
From the Hermitage you can enjoy a magnificent view of the sea and the Cinque Terre at your feet. On clear days it's easy to see in the distance Corsica and Capraia islands.
It's quite often possible, in winter time, to notice not far from the coast, a rippling
somewhere in the distance: the cetacea are there. In fact, the Cinque Terre belong to the newly
established “Cetacea Sanctuary” between Capo Corso and the Ligurian gulf.
From the “Blue Path” at the feet of the Hermitage you can walk among huge euphorbias and american agaves down to the lonely rocks, to enjoy the endeless cobalt blue shades of the sea.