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Lovely Italian cities perched on a cliff

Living in front of the sea make you feel small if compared to the vast sea, especially when the clear blue line of the horizon merges with the sea and you can’t understand which is which.

Wake up every single day admiring the infinity of the sea and breathing its smell is marvellous. Sitting on the beach, especially during the night, alone and with no noise except the sound of the waves is priceless. Try to ask it to the ones so lucky to live not only in front of the sea, but in cities perched on a cliff in front of the sea, which at sunset take your breath away.


 

Cinque Terre

(Region of Liguria)

The Ligurian east coast is a breathtaking landscape of great scenic and cultural value. The disposition of the small towns belonging to “Cinque Terre” (five lands), Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore are “an example of harmony between the human settlement and the ambient of the region”, according to UNESCO that includes this area in World Heritage List. This astonishing cities, became famous also for their pastel-coloured houses shown in many famous movies, are easy on the eye.
In order to preserve the surrounding environment, in the area were created the National Park of the Cinque Terre and the Cinque Terre Marine Protected Area for the protection and valorisation of the biological resources of the area.


 

Costiera Amalfitana

(Region of Campania)

The Amalfi coast is an area of great beauty and natural diversity also relevant for its architectural and artistic value. Its cliffs and its coloured houses climbing on the mountain, terraced vineyards and cliffside lemon groves, seem like a painting. This incredible scenery has enchanted people over centuries, including authors and movie directors that spent part of their life in these magnificent coastal cities, includes in World Heritage List.


 

Polignano a mare

(Region of Apulia)

Near Bari, there is one of the most beautiful and famous gems of Puglia, Polignano a mare. This cliff-side city in the highest point reaches 24m. The area is affected by many corrosion phenomena that had changed the rock aspect, modelling grottoes such as Grotta Palazzese that houses a restaurant, where the local nobility used to organize noble parties since the 16th century.

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