How to Find Us
Our tours begin and end at the Molo dei Pescatori, the harbor and small port in the historic part of Monterosso al Mare.
If staying outside of Monterosso, we highly recommend arriving by train. Getting to Monterosso by car involves driving very winding roads and, once you arrive it can be difficult to find parking.
Your arrival station will be "Monterosso" or "Monterosso al Mare."
As you exit the station, go left and walk along the promenade towards the historical center. When you exit the tunnel, the beach and a set of stairs will be on your right. Take the stairs on the right which take you around to the harbour. Our boat is impossible to miss - it says 'Angelo's Boat Tours' on it!
For train information and schedule: www.trenitalia.com
If arriving by car please allow an hour more than the your GPS directions indicate and please trust us on this. To arrive at our location, the exit on A12 is Carrodano/Levanto. From here you’ll go in the direction of Levanto. At the second roundabout you’ll take the second exit towards Monterosso/Cinque Terre. From this point you should turn off your GPS and use the following directions.
Continue on this road for 15-20 minutes, always following signs for Cinque Terre. When you arrive at the top of the hill you’ll see a hotel on your right called Monterosso Alto. On your left there is a large sign welcoming you to Monterosso and gives you the option of either going left towards the historical part of town or going straight which takes you to the new part of Monterosso (Fegina). We would recommend the new part.
At the end of this road you’ll come to a small piazza, the parking lot is just beyond this, there is an attendant on duty. From here you can either take a taxi or walk along the promenade in the direction of the Centro Storico. It’ll take you about 10 minutes to walk to the harbor.
There is parking on both sides of Monterosso but the parking lot on the newer side (Fegina) is considerably larger. Please keep in mind that in July & August or on holidays the parking lots are often full to capacity and you may even be turned away.