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We used the cruise boat to view the beautiful villages of Cinque Terre and saw San Pietro Church which stood out on the rugged rock at Lungo Calata Doria. It was quite photogenic when the weather was nice.
Can't miss this centuries old Gothic church perched high atop a rock outcropping as your cruise boat leaves the protected waters of Portovenere and heads north towards Riomaggiore, the first of the five towns of Cinque Terra.It makes for a spectacular, postcard perfect photo.
This church really stands out when viewed from the breakwater jutting out into the harbour. It is also quite photogenic when viewed at the higher vantage point near St. Lorenzo Church at the south side of Castello Doria. But the inside of the church itself...More
Porto Venere, is a lovely sea side town and San Pietro is perched up on the cliff. For the healthy an easy walk. The views are spectacular, especially as the sun is going down. Only takes 30 min to walk around. Free access.