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in life does not build anything without taking the stones elsewhere
in life does not build anything without taking the stones elsewhere

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The view from our house.
Which accomodation offer same amazing view?
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Prevo is a little hamlet of Vernazza located in the center of Parco Nazionale delle Cinque Terre in the highest spot of "Sentiero Azzurro" (Blue Path), at 208 m. above sea level, in halfway between Corniglia and Vernazza.
The village was built in the early nineteenth century some families of shepherds who arrived from the mountains inland to spend the winter with their flocks. They had estimated that the area was among the hottest in the Cinque Terre, so that the basin which descends from Prevo to the beach below Guvano is called, even today, 'hell'.

In the clearest days, due to its location at 208 meters above sea level, Prevo is a vantage point from which you can see the island of Isola d'Elba,  Gorgona,  Capraia and Capo Corso.

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Some pics taken in 'Prevo', a tiny hamlet of Vernazza located exactly in the center of Cinque Terre National Park, along the Blue Path (Sentiero Azzurro), 2 km far from Corniglia and 2 km from Vernazza.
Prevo is the highest and most impressive spot of the Blue Path (Sentiero Azzurro) at 208 meters above sea level, that overlooks the famous Guvano Beach, the only beach in the Cinque Terre truly wild and untouched.
This is the 'only' accomodation along the Blue Path: http://www.theheartofcinqueterre.com
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2014-11-28
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This large property is located in the center of Cinque Terre National Park, right on the Sentiero Azzurro, between Corniglia and Vernazza, in a restful tiny village named 'Prevo' with an amazing and nonpareil panorama, away from the bustle of the villages.

More info: www.theheartofcinqueterre.com
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Ligurian olive oil.
The olive oil in Liguria has a history going back to the 14th century. Legend says that the “taggiasca olive trees” were cultivated by the Benedictine monks and were brought to Liguria by them.
When you taste the ligurian olive oil, you’ll notice it has a fruity taste, sweeter towards the west and slightly spicy towards the east. It is an ideal accompaniment to the traditional ligurian and Italian food. But, you need to know that the taggiasca olive oil was not used only in food, but also in beauty such as for purifying face masks, cream for the hands, soaps, also for medicinal applicants such as healing burns or to polish bronze, so for household products!
Really a versatile product!

credit: beautiful liguria
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