Locanda Lorena

City of
Pisa


Pisa has much more to offer. Visiting the Italian Riviera, there are plenty of smaller, lesser-known places offering unrivalled scenery.


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Maartje Diepstraten

Pisa has much more to offer. Visiting the Italian Riviera, there are plenty of smaller, lesser-known places offering unrivalled scenery.

 

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The Cinque Terre area is a stunning part of the Italian Riviera. It starts to the west of the city of La Spezia and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At the most southern end of the area you will find the small village of Portovenere, officially not a part of the five villages of the Cinque Terre but it should have been: it’s, like Portofino, living in a postcard.

This postcard is best seen from the water and even if you don’t have a boat, it’s possible to enjoy the views an evening long: this is where restaurant Locanda Lorena comes in.

The restaurant is situated on the island Palmaria, just ten (wonderful!) minutes by boat. Getting there is easy: just call the restaurant and they will send you a taxi boat to fetch you. Picking one of the delicious dishes and leaving the island at the end of the day is the hardest part.

Locanda Lorena | via Cavour 4, Isola Palmaria La Spezia

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