You got Riomaggiore!
Riomaggiore is one of the five beautifully colored towns of the Cinque Terre between Pisa and Genoa.
Perched high on the hilltops, the five towns, now part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, provide visitors with dramatic coastlines, stunning views of the Ligurian Sea and picturesque villages to roam. Whether you hike the trails in the national park or take a boat ride from town to town, it's definite must-visit when in Italy.
This area is the birthplace of pesto, so you'll definitely want to try the delicious trofie (a type of pasta of the region) al pesto. Being fishing villages, seafood is another staple in Riomaggiore and the other four towns, so make sure to try freshly prepared anchovies or fritto misto, lightly fried fresh seafood in a cone.
You can wash it all down with a glass of vino delle Cinque Terre, it's white; it's refreshing and it's perfect with seafood. Oh, and don't forget to end your meal with a bit of limoncino.