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San Pietro Church

Lungo Calata Doria, 19018, Porto Venere, Italy
+39 0187 790684
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Lungo Calata Doria, 19018, Porto Venere, Italy
+39 0187 790684
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Reviewed 6 days ago

This lovely church was a surprise find for us. We stayed in Porto Venere as a way to visit Cinque Terre and found that we liked Porto Venere way better. This church and the surrounding area were why. The view of the church from both...More

Thank Jenipher L
Reviewed 1 week ago

I cannot begin to tell of my love for this place. I have never found a bad day there. When you journey up to San Pietro it is like you can visualise yourself in the old days when poets of the world came here to...More

Thank LisaPattenden
Reviewed 1 week ago

This beautiful old church is one of the must visit places in Porto Venere. Very old and authentic with a serene feeling. The architechture and location of the church is such that you wont miss it when you get to Porto Venere.Also a good place...More

Thank Petru V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A striking landmark of Portovenere. It is amazing to view from the sea as the views are from the church. Consecrated in 1198. And the notable white and black bands dates back to second half of thirteenth century. Interior of the church is nice and...More

Thank high_low73
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

High on a promontory above Porto Venere a nice little church in a stunning setting. Great views in many directions. You can view Byron's grotto to one side as you walk out to the church.

Thank msgtp
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

it is free to enter and the church is situated ona cliff at the southern end of portoverne, which offers an amazing view of the ocean and the hillside. you can also people watch

Thank Teresa V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A perfect walk from Portovenere to explore this old church. It is perched at the tip of the peninsula over looking the ocean and the village. Gorgeous location! Yes, this is a must-see. We took lots and lots of pictures. So picturesque !

Thank Sandy2645
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I got to know this place from an Instagram video I saw. I must say, this location is absolutely fantastic. I was there for the sunset, breathtaking! This is one of the highlights of my trip in northern Italy. Everyone should make the time to...More

Thank Alex D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

San Pietro Church is one of the must-see attractions if visiting Portovenere, with its location on the end of the peninsular offering views in all directions, and the unique design of the church and the pretty interior making it well worth the walk. The church...More

Thank Davidjellis
Reviewed 24 October 2016

For visitors to Portovenere this is a must see, both for its interesting rambling architecture that looks like it blends church and fortress and watchtower. Constructed over several hundred years, it evokes the many centuries of maritime history centered around the port and surrounding areas....More

Thank rfichera
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We are staying Monterosso, what are our options for getting to the church? (we do not have a car). Thanks in advance.
16 March 2015|
Response from elenussi |
Hi, you can look for a taxi boat.
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