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Isola Palmaria

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Porto Venere, Italy
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US$143.73*
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Cinque Terre Sailing Day Trip from La Spezia
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“nice beaches” (2 reviews)
“la spezia” (3 reviews)
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Porto Venere, Italy
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1 - 10 of 35 reviews

Reviewed 5 October 2017

Formally a military installation there is still some areas of the island that are off limits but the rest of it is beautiful. The walking is largely on tracks with good footing.

Thank Penny H
Reviewed 24 July 2017 via mobile

Took the morning boat from La Spezia to the north side of the island (facing Portovenere) and then followed a scenic trail/footpath around to a beach on the south side of the island - Spiaggia del Pozzale. It was a somewhat challenging walk (steep at...More

Thank Neysa0301
Reviewed 29 June 2017 via mobile

Less people than on trails in 5 terre. Simple hike around the island. The restaurant on the other side of the island make it possible to make a stop and take a rest.

Thank Jaroslaw M
Reviewed 22 September 2016 via mobile

We did it anti-clockwise and the beginning is very steep. Great views. Lovely beach at the end. The boat across leaves for the island on the hour and returns 20 past the hour. In September 2016 it was €4.50 return. Nice spot for escaping the...More

1  Thank breweruk
Reviewed 4 September 2016

We did a full walk around the island which is 6.5km and can take 2.5 to 3 hours. Much of the walk is easy but there are some sections that are not really suited for the casual walker and in any case you do need...More

3  Thank Peter_B_Simons
Reviewed 25 July 2016

Just across the city of Porto Venere. This is a great beach with one of the most beautiful waters I have ever seen.

4  Thank Kanteo
Reviewed 23 May 2016

still remained unspoiled with nice beaches clean sea and close to activities if you need , 5 minutes boat from mainland

2  Thank nicolas s
Reviewed 9 May 2016

This island, easily accessible from the center of Porto Venere, offers a great introduction to Cinque Terra. The trails which circumnavigate the island are somewhat challenging and they offer wonderful views of the surrounding extensive harbor waters. A restaurant, Locando Lorena, is worth a visit.

1  Thank J David N
Reviewed 30 March 2016

Lovely island situated in front of Porto Venere, great for a hike around the island, there are pathways across many parts, several pebble beaches, very pleasant, not too busy and just a five minute boat ride across the calm waters of the bay. Several restaurants...More

1  Thank GabbianoJ
Reviewed 29 March 2016

I'm 55 and short, left with a game knee and a sore foot. It was a challenging walk (steep ups and steep downs, fairly rough paths) but worth it for the breathtaking views and the nature. Bring what you need: the only restaurant is at...More

3  Thank averygosh
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danaroo
12 July 2015|
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Response from volpetta86 |
Hi! You can easily take the boat from La Spezia or Portovenere to go at Palmaria, From La Spezia you can take also the boat that take you around the Cinque Terre (but there's no stop, you can only see them from the... More
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