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Difficulty: Beginner   What's my level?
Beginner: I have no experience or I've tried this sport a few times in easy conditions / Non ho nessuna esperienza o ho provato questo sport un paio di volte in condizioni facili.
Intermediate: I practice this sport regularly and I'm comfortable practicing it autonomously / Pratico questo sport regolarmente e sono a mio agio a praticarlo in autonomia
Expert: I'm a "pro" / Sono un "pro"
Lenght: 3h Language: Ita - Eng
Departure Time: 10:30 Location: Cinque Terre Max: 8
€ 85 € 68

Kayak tour in the Cinque Terre National Park: a unique perspective for an exclusive experience!

  • Free cancellation up to 48h before
  • Evocative cliffs on the sea
  • Breathtaking landscapes from unique perspectives
  • Explore the underwater beauties of the marine reserve
  • BC & Fick local kayak guide and english speaking
  • Single and double kayaks available
  • Various sizes life vests
  • Always feel warm and dry: technical gear provided

Starting from Monterosso, we paddle safely towards Vernazza coasting the amazing cliffs of this area until we reach the beach of Guvano. The surprising mild temperatures between autumn and spring – the less crowded season – give you the opportunity to admire an incredible variety of colors for a unique experience. During summertime, enjoy a restoring swim amongst the wonderful seabed of the marine protected area of Cinque Terre.

max 8 participants

  • Guide
  • Sit-on top kayak
  • Paddle
  • Life vest
  • Technical gear during winter season: spraydeck, wetsuit, thermal shirt, spray top, neoprene boots
  • Bathing suit
  • Beach towel
  • Sea shoes
  • Hat
  • Sun screen
  • Sun glasses
  • Water bottle

Monterosso al Mare is the largest village of the Cinque Terre and also the first to be documented (1056).
Consisting of two districts, the old village and Fegina, the more touristy part, Monterosso al Mare also boasts important monuments. Amongst these the XIV century church of San Giovanni Battista (St. John the Baptist), in front of which rose the Medieval Palazzo del Podestà, of which some traces remain. Of great importance, on the colle dei Cappuccini, the Castello dei Fieschi and the monastry whose church is San Francesco.


Vernazza, considered by many to be the most charming of the Cinque Terre was documented for the first time in 1080. The remarkable economic and social level reached by the village in Medieval times and still today testified by the town conformation and by the presence of architectural elements of great importance, like lodges, churches, “casetorri” and arcades. The village is dominated by the remains of the “castrum” a series of Medieval forts dating back to the XI century, with a cylindrical castle and tower.


Corniglia, the only village of the Cinque Terre not in contact with the sea, rises on top of a rock promontory. Its low and wide houses are more similar to those of the hinterland than to the typical coastal houses, evidence that the traditional vocation of the village has always been more inclined towards the land than the sea. The most important monument of the village is the Church of San Pietro (St. Peter), of gothic-genovese style built around 1350 on the remains of the previous building.


Manarola, hamlet of Riomaggiore, is a town planning jewel, rich as it is in typical tower houses of Genovese style. Founded during the XII century, the village name probably comes from an antique “magna roea”, a large mill wheel present in the village. The first evidence of the village dating back to the year 1200, is relative to the events of the Fieschi, whilst in the XVI century there was news of their strenuous resistance against the pirate raids. The most important monument of the hamlet is the church of San Lorenzo, which was built in 1338, work of the inhabitants of Manarola and Volastra. Also important is the bell tower, detached from the main body of the church, probably because originally it held a defensive role.


We have the first news of Riomaggiore only in 1251, when the inhabitants of the district of Carpena, swore faith to the Republic of Genova. Between 1200 and 1300 the inhabitants of these settlements decided to go down towards the sea and give life to the village. A movement which was favoured by the consolidation of the genovese rule which allowed a more tranquil access to the sea on which commerce could develop quickly and safely. Riomaggiore boasts monuments of great interest, among which San Giovanni Battista and the Oratorio di Santa Maria Assunta. Also important is the castle which dominates the historical centre.


How to reach us The meeting point is at Bagni Fegina in Monterosso. The area, rather crowded throughout the year, does not have large parking space. The easiest and fastest way to get there is by train, Monterosso al Mare stop. Leaving the station of Monterosso, turn right and walk for approx. 250m, keeping the sea on the left. You’ll find Bagni Fegina on your left, located on the last equipped beach of the promenade after the car park and the soccer field.
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€ 85 € 68

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