Vernazza in Liguria region, Italy has one of the best landscapes among the five lands of Cinque Terre. It has a natural harbor and a castle constructed to attack the pirates who visit this coast often. Ironically the castle has become an attraction for people now. This place also boasts of a very old church constructed in 14th century. Along with the views, Cinque Terre is also the birth place of one of my favorite pasta sauce, pesto :).
The current view as you can see is best experienced during the sunset. It can be seen when you hike to Montoresso. Make sure you start hiking atleast at 05:30 during summer, so that you can be there for the sunset. Don't forget your ND filters and if you don't have any, brush up your hdr skills ;).
This shot was taken with 0.9 ND filter hand-held (stupid me for losing the ND filter) with a CPL mounted on my lens. Then f/13, ISO 100 with 4 sec exposure. I did do some post processing using PS and lens correction using lightroom.