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Entry Ticket to San Fruttuoso Abbey
"Having gone through various incarnations – a Benedictine monastery a pirates’ den a humble home of fisherfolk and then for centuries the property of the Princes of Doria – the Abbey of San Fruttuoso is today an utterly unique place where the work of Men has been pleasingly integrated with that of Nature. Set within the breathtaking bay that opens up between Camogli and Portofino the Abbey is a pearl dating from the 10th to the 13th centuries
From EUR6.00
 
Sunset Eco Kayak Tour in Portofino's Marine Protected Area
"Starting on the beach the instructor shows the marine itinerary and points out the most interesting geo-naturalistic spots. The guide will also show the paddling technique and the basis of kayaking. The course will continue into the water during the marine trekking. S Niasca’s bay will be left behind while we reach the extraordinary panorama of Paraggi’s Gulf forbidden to boat traffic and ideal place where to take confidence with your kayak. Reach Portofino’s harbor where the curious ones may paddle through the traditional ligurian fisherman’s boats. Leaving behind any worries and with no rush we paddle until Olivetta a small beach dominated by centuries-old maritime pines. Here you will see a coast-line rich in caves and creeks inaccessible to any motor-boat
From EUR57.00
 
Kayak Tour in Portofino
"Starting on the beach the guide describes the paddling technique and the basis of kayak. The course will continue into the water during the excursion. The kayak and environmental guide shows the excursion route and the variety of fish you could sight snorkeling. Departing fro you start paddling into Paraggi’s Bay forbidden to boat traffic in order to take confidence with the kayak. You then arrive at the historical harbor you may also reach the famous “piazzetta” of Portofino.Paddling along you reach the Olivetta
From EUR98.00

Zeffirino Kulum Tips (1)

Zeffirino Kulum: great outdoor seaside seating....

On our first night in Camogli as we walked along the promenade - we decided to eat here because of the outside, sea side dining - the tall apartment buildings standing side by side, facing the sea.  My friend started with a carpaccio dish and I had grilled squid salad. My friend carpaccio was delicious - my grilled squid salad was fresh, simple, nothing revelatory.   We both decided to have the trofie al pesto. My first impression was how delicate and lighter tasting Genovese pesto is compared to what I have tasted in the states. The trofie was delicate.  For secondos - my friend had the frito misto while I had the fish of the day.   My friend's misto was light not heavily breaded or battered or greasy - my fish was sprinkled with small black olives and pine nuts.  For dessert - a cantalope soup with a scoop of wild berry sorbet.  The setting is very pleasent and made this a enjoyable first night.

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"one spot, two VTers, two round trips..."
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Castello Brown

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Via Garibaldi

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Via San Lorenzo and the cathedral

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Via Garabaldi, 99 - 16032 Camogli

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