Cinque Terre Insider

American expat insight into Italy's fabulous "Five Lands"

As peak-season 2018 winds down, so do the ferries connecting the Cinque Terre and Portovenere.

A limited schedule runs between October 1st and 27th. It’s highly likely that this schedule, or a very similar one, will extend to cover the dates up to and including November 1st (which is All Saints’ Day, a national holiday in Italy). After this holiday, the ferries will stop running and will recommence in March or April of 2019 (precise dates haven’t been released yet).

Keep in mind that the ferries will only run when sea and weather conditions permit.

The different pass options are as follows:

Point-to-point ticket prices will depend on the village of departure and where you’d like to go. I’m posting the rates for departures from Riomaggiore below just to give an idea and linking to the rates from the other villages below.

FYI: Prices on the left are for adults and for children ages 12 and up. Prices on the right are for children ages 6 to 11. Small children (ages 0 to 5 years) ride for free with a paying adult.

Here are the links to the other village’s ticket prices for the ferries:

Manarola

Vernazza

Monterosso

Portovenere

Remember, the Consorzio Marittimo Turistico 5 Terre – Golfo dei Poeti is the only official ferry line in the Cinque Terre. You can visit their website here.

Ciao for now,

Amy

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