Myself and my family will be visiting the Cinque Terre for just half a day, and since our time is so limited I thought that the best way to get a good view of all of them, is to go on a private boat trip for a couple of hours, no need to take a swim, just to admire the views of the villages from the sea.
Can anyone suggest from which town or village there would be boats for hire available with skipper or maybe even public boats?
We shall be arriving by car, so we would also need to park the car somewhere close, and also for the pier to be accessible enough with not too many stairs as we shall also be using a baby stroller for our 1 1/2 year old son. (although we would be able to carry him a couple of flights of stairs).
Lastly, if we had to make one stop, which of the Cinque Terre villages in your opinion shoud we choose, that is accessible by car and picturesque?
Thank you for any suggestions
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