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Cinque Terre Trip - 06 October-two places now available due to cancellation***get in touch asap**

From: Nena
Sent on: Friday, August 24, 2012 11:01 AM

Hi All

There have become two places available on the Cinque Terre trip, full details of trip below.  They will be given to the first two people that get in touch:

Due to popular demand we are running another trip to Cinque Terrra. Whether you want to  take up the challenge of hiking between the five villages in one go or want to maybe take a more leisurely approach, you are guaranteed breath taking views!

The Cinque Terre are one of the most uncontaminated areas in the Mediterranean Sea. Five miles of rocky coast among two promontories, thousands of kilometres astled up on stone spurs in minuscule creeks. For their history and their position, the Cinque Terre have not suffered a massive expansion. The vineyards, typical of this area, have contributed to create a unique landscape with dry-laid stone walls, winding paths, enchanting beaches between cliffs and clear waters. Not only sea, the Cinque Terre offer beautiful footpaths with breath taking views, churches, oratories and old castles, diving, food and wines of first quality. The Cinque Terre are National Parka and UNESCO protected territory since 1997. Riomaggiore, Corniglia, Manarola, Vernazza and Monterosso are the five villages that form the Cinque Terre, suspended between sea and land on sheer cliffs upon the beautiful sea.

The Cinque Terre are crossed by a dense network of coastal and interior footpaths. The "Sentiero Azzurro", Blue Path, is the coastal trail and allows to reach the five villages in five hours walking, while the "Sentiero Rosso", Red Path, or High Path, climbs from Portovenere to Levanto. The "Via dei Santuari", Sanctuaries Path, is more challenging and leads to places of religious interest upon the five villages.
The panoramas that can be admired from many points of the trails are beautiful and very evocative, especially along the coast path. All the paths are of low or moderate difficulty, but still have to be addressed very carefully, especially in winter months.

06 October

Depart Gatwick 1100 arrive Pisa 1405

Taking a train from Pisa to La Spezia

3 nights on a bed and breakfast basis at a four star hotel in La Spezia

09 October

Take a train back to Pisa

Depart Pisa 1450 arrive Gatwick 1600

The cost of the trip will be £459.00 which includes return flights, hotel accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis based on sharing a twin room and rail travel from Pisa to La Spezia and return. If you would like to reserve a place at this price, please pay a non refundable deposit of £100.00. Please email me to get bank details to make a bank transfer.

I look forward to hearing from you all!



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