We decided to explore this tiny, sleepy town with a population of 240 people to the last village of our four day journey along the Cinque Terre. It's the only one of the five villages not on the water so we had to take a train to the bottom of the village and then catch a shuttle bus which we caught at the train station and then we arrived at the town's main square where we all got off. The Town square with one ATM which didn't work, a old wine press and bus stop. Not much here so we just wandered up and down the cobblestone streets and stuck our noses into some shops and boutique stores and enjoyed some yummy Gelato from Alberto's Gelateria. We wondered to the end of the town and were rewarded with a beautiful view point and looking below you could see a small harbor.