A few days ago, my sister, Berta, and I decided to spend the Easter’s Holidays in the beautiful National Park of Cinque Terre.

This small region at the North of Italy, and in particularly their seaside villages, has stolen my heart at first sight. And it is their colourful houses at the top of impossible cliffs, the vineyards that go upward the mountains and its gastronomy, which made Cinque Terre the perfect Mediterranean postcard.

Perhaps my favourite highlight of the trip was watching the sunset sitting on the rocks of Riomaggiore harbour, while the sound of a guitar accompanied flawlessly the sun setting down. Oh, and of course, eating pizza for breakfast, lunch, dinner and at any time of the day just because.

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  • Soolin West
    Posted at 19:25h, 29 March Reply

    Lovely photos & post. Can’t wait to go there this July, do you have any reccos?

    • Nuria Vidal
      Posted at 19:28h, 29 March Reply

      Thank you Soolin 🙂 Yay, I have! Will write a post with all the details next tuesday

  • Fee
    Posted at 12:34h, 06 July Reply

    This has been creeping up on my wishlist so much recently. Your pictures really are beautiful. 🙂

  • Lana
    Posted at 15:14h, 18 November Reply

    Cinque Terre is definitely a magical place. I am going to write a post about my trip and post some stunning pics like yours 🙂

    • Nuria Vidal
      Posted at 15:22h, 18 November Reply

      cool 🙂 Looking forward to reading it xx

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