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My visit to the church was as part of a self directed walk through Portovenere to the top of the hill where the church commands amazing views out to the Gulf of La Spezia
Walk up is relatively easy but one still needs to be...More
Like Chisa san Lorenzo this is a very old church but unlike san Lorenzo it is a strikingly simple, plain place of worship perhaps best exemplified by the church organ. It is located on the narrow promontory at the base of the castello. The walk...More
From the ferry boat docks we walked through the streets to San Pietro Church which is nice. Climb to the top for photos and don’t miss the nearby arch with access to Byron’s Grotto. Swimmers seemed crazy due to rough water but we had a...More
Located Lungo Calata Doria, on top of the rock, built on the ruins of an ancient religious building of the VI century, dominates the entry to the bay; San Pietro was built on the
twelft century on this top of the headland, with a spectacular...More
It makes you wonder, why would people build a church on such a location, right at the end of town, on the cliff point, overlooking the town, the cliffs of Cinqueterre and Palmaria island. Nice little church, but the views really make it exceptional!