Where To Stay in Cinque Terre With Kids

Five villages, each one as charming as the next. So which village of the Cinque Terre is the best to stay in with kids?

If I was The Bachelor, Monterosso al Mare would get my rose. She's the most accessible by car, has the widest range of accommodation (from budget digs to high end 5-star hotels), and is the most stroller-friendly. There's also playgrounds and supermarkets for the self-caterers. Monterosso, the northernmost village of the Cinque Terre, has the longest and sandiest beaches of the five villages and a beautiful seaside promenade to stroll along. In comparison to the other villages, Monterosso is huge (and is also considered the least characteristic). The new town (Fegina) and the old town are separated by an underground tunnel. The train station is located in Fegina along the Via Fegina promenade, and is surrounded by shops, cafes and gelateria.

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