Chiesa di San Lorenzo, Cinque Terre

#7 of 20 in Historic Sites in Cinque Terre
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Simple and elegant, Chiesa di San Lorenzo is a small 14th-century structure with a Gothic facade and a Baroque interior. You can combine the visit to the church with a hike back down to the harbor or a tour of the nearby vineyard. To visit Chiesa di San Lorenzo on your trip to Cinque Terre, use our Cinque Terre vacation maker tool.
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  • From the train station we walked up the hill. Some parts are quite steep but short. At the top we saw an open court yard. There is and old stone church built in 1338. The interior of the church is...  more »
  • When you climb to the top of the hill you will find the main historic monument of importance in Manarola - the 14th century Church of Saint Lorenzo, with an ancient bell tower. Great views of the...  more »
  • A good spot to view the village. But to have a good view of the clock tower of the church, you need to climb the hill towards the left before the church.
  • The Church has a gothic-style façade, with a typical rose window, dating back to 1338 and consists of 3 naves. The bell tower, detached from the church, always dates back to the Fourteenth century and was built detached from the Church, on the side facing the sea, in fact was used as watchtower. In a few minutes from the church you reach the small port of Manarola
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