• Car parking in Monterosso

    In Monterosso there are two main car parks:

    1. in Loreto (point of arrival for the access to the old town); the car park has about 100 car parking places, it's open 24/7 all year round. At 15 minute walk from the train station and 5 minutes from the boats docking point.

    2. in Fegina (point of arrival for the access to the railway station); the car park has about 300 parking places in front of the Fegina beach. At 5 minute walk from the train station and 10 minutes from the boats docking point.

    Both car parks are equipped with automatic payment.

    Parking for campers in Monterosso al Mare

    On the hills of Monterosso in the locality of "Il Poggio", 1.5 km from the center, on the provincial road 38, there is a camper area with 14 places equipped with electricity, water, drainage pit and bus stop.

    From November 1st to March 23rd the parking of campers is allowed also in the Fegina car park (car fee). It's not equipped with Camper Service.

    Motorcycle parking in Monterosso

    Motorbikes can be parked (at car price) in the Fegina parking area near the cars parking area.

    1.LORETO PARKING RATES

    SUMMER PERIOD - From 6 April to 2 November

    Single rate from 00 to 24: 2.50 Euro / hour
    Full day (24 consecutive hours): 25 Euro
    From 3 days (over 48 hours) to 7 days (up to 168 hours) ): 10 Euros every 24 hours
    From the 8th day (over 168 hours): 5 Euros every 24 hours

    WINTER PERIOD - From November 3rd to April 5th

    Single rate from 00 to 24: 2 Euro / hour
    Full day (24 consecutive hours): 20 Euro
    From 3 days (over 48 hours) to 7 days (up to 168 hours): 8 Euro every 24 hours
    From the 8th day (over 168 hours): 4 Euros every 24 hours

    2.FEGINA PARKING RATES

    SUMMER PERIOD - From 6 April to 2 November

    From 8 am to 10 pm: 2.50 Euro / hour
    From 10 pm to 8 am: 0.50 Euro / hour
    Full day (24 consecutive hours): 25 Euro
    From 3 (over 48 hours) to 7 (up to 168 hours) days: 10 Euros every 24 hours
    From 8 days onwards (over 168 hours): 5 Euros every 24 hours

    WINTER PERIOD - From November 3rd to April 5th

    From 8 am to 10 pm: 2 Euro / hour
    From 10 pm to 8 am: 0,50 Euro / hour
    Full day (24 consecutive hours): 20 Euro
    From 3 (over 48 hours) to 7 days up to 168 hours): 8 Euros every 24 hours
    From the 8th day onwards (over 168 hours): 4 Euros every 24 hours

    Note: The end of the winter period coincides with the Friday of the week before "Palm Sunday"

  • Parking Vernazza

    The parking area for non-residents is about 500 metres above town and there is a shuttle that runs between the lot and Vernazza (€1,50 or free with the Cinque Terre Card).

  • Parking in Bonassola

    Cars

    - Near the seafront in Bonassola there are 160 parking places (daily fee).

    Camper vans

    There are appr. 30 parking places for camper vans at the seafront of Bonassola (viale Discovolo) near the city centre. This parking place is available only from October to the end of May. The next parking possilbility is in Levanto (all year).

  • Parking in Cinque Terre

    The Cinque Terre villages are closed to car traffic, except for the residents in limited areas.

    The available parking spaces are very small and are often at the entrance of the villages. To park in the Cinque Terre costs around 15 Euro per day, free parking is only available outside the villages.

  • Parking in Corniglia

    By car you can get to Corniglia in two ways: from La Spezia with about 25 km of road or from Manarola passing through the towns of Groppo and Volastra. More information on Cinque Terre, getting there.

    There is limited parking near the village of Corniglia, while the parking lots near the village are mostly for residents.

    However, we recommend the larger car parks in La Spezia and Levanto.

    Parking in the Cinque Terre area is quite limited, we recommend the use of the train (Trains page).

  • Parking in Manarola

    The best way to reach Manarola by car is from La Spezia at the A12 motorway exit (La Spezia - Santo Stefano Magra) and then continue towards the seafront of La Spezia and take the Cinque Terre coastal road (SP 370). After Riomaggiore there is the crossroads that go down to Manarola.

    Along the state road to Manarola you can park but pay attention to the prohibitions. At the entrance of the village there is a paid parking with limited spaces, shuttle service that runs every 30 minutes (1.50 Euros).

    Parking in the Cinque Terre area is quite limited, we recommend the use of the train (Trains page).

  • Stationnement à Manarola

    La meilleure façon d'arriver en voiture à Manarola est de La Spezia. Prenez l'autoroute A12 et sortez à la sortie La Spezia - Santo Stefano Magra, puis continuez vers le front de mer de La Spezia et prenez la route côtière des Cinque Terre (SP370). Après Riomaggiore la route descend à Manarola.

  • Stationnement Cinque Terre

    Les cinq villages sont fermés à la circulation automobile, sauf pour les résidents. Les places de stationnement disponibles sont très limitées et sont souvent à l'entrée des villages.