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Picturesque Sicilian village that dominates the hill above town of Taormina and the bay of Giardini Naxos and is framed by the active volcano, Mount Etna.
Unlike the other villages of the Cinque Terre, Corniglia is not directly adjacent to the sea. It stands on the rock and is surrounded by vineyards. It is known from the Roman Age.
Village consists of traditional buildings and stone paved lanes that are impassable by car. It's also a place where "The Godfather" was set.
Second smallest village of Cinque Terre, it even has its own dialect, Manarolese. Here starts famous hiking trail Via dell'Amore, "Love's Trail".
Known for a major archeological site, once a Greek settlement destroyed by Carthages and then by numerous eathquakes.
A port of the Amalfi Republic in medieval times, then a poor fishing village and now a thriving tourist resort mentioned in popular culture.
Savoca is film history thanks to â€œThe Godfatherâ€ filmed here. Also attracts with the museum of mummies, located in the Capuchin monastery.
One of the UNESCO-listed Cinque Terre villages, It has no car traffic and remains one the truest "fishing villages" on the Italian Riviera.