A one hour stop in Portofino. The boat ride was worth the money alone however Portofino was significantly more expensive than Camogli. Beautiful views from the lighthouse.
From Camogli we first walked to the church of San Recco, and quite a climb it was up hundreds of steps. When we got there decided to take path back to the town, the circular way. There are many many walks in the park, so choose the one you want and set out, water in hand. Our walk climbed upwards... More
We agreed to spend a week somewhere in the sea coast and selected Camogly as the base with the house rented for a week uphil in S.Roco di Camogly. It turns to be a great idea and a perfect week in the nice place. We had a rental house uphill from Camogli to S. Roco (some 2/3) of the way... More
Great way to see the area from the sea and travel to Portafino and Santa Margharoto? Get aboard early to secure a good viewing position on the upper deck. Confirm connecting ferry to above destinations or have 1.5 hour wait
Camogli is a beautiful town on the seaside. It is located in the Eden Bay. I seen many places in Liguria and I would recommend this location if you like very small and peaceful towns. To be honest there's not much to do in there except for an excursion in San Fruttuoso, a monastery. You can get there by boat... More
Worth it but busy in weekend. Pack car at the first parking place (supermarket) and walk down, only 10 minutes walk.
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