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All reviews bronze doors light a candle castello brown simple walk worth a trip uphill climb great view short hike small chapel both sides portofino harbour beautiful village main piazza vantage point views tribute path
The cemetery has numerous raised vaults as well as a few in-ground plots. One of the new graves was graced with the Star of David so we can assume it is not solely Catholic today (if ever it was). This 12th century church was completely...More
A steep climb to this church but the views are breathtaking of the water below. Inside is a beautifully appointed church, with 360 degree artwork. Serene setting and feel free to light a candle or speak to the priest that was available. This church is...More
It's only a short walk up the gentle hill behind the shops to get to this church and the view across Portofino is well worth it. The church itself suffers from salt water ingress damage but is regularly repaired.
We decided to hike the short distance to enjoy the views we would see of Portofino from a different perspective. Boy are we glad we did. Along the way we saw the beautiful church only from the outside because the doors weren’t open to enter.
Last day of the holiday and a good few hours to spare, so a short train journey to Camogli and a walk around. A delightful harbour and village. Looked for the castello, was disappointed we couldn't get in...And then we go to the church -...More
You'll have a great view of Portofino if you take the stairs up to St. George's Church. There is a nice sea view as well as a view of Portofino's harbor and main piazza. The church itself is simple and feels old. There is also...More
Does anyone know what vaporetto we should take after we visit the Church of San Giorgio , to get to the island of Burano? Do the vaporettos have the same schedules daily or is Sunday different?
August 22, 2010|
The Number 2 is the Vaporetto for S.Giorgio, I would think take that to S Zaccaria then the LN to Burano,
Castelmola pictures (3 Replies)
Hello, does anyone have photos of the inside of the churches in Castelmola? Namely the Duomo and the Church of San Giorgio? I've seen several of the outside, but none of the interiors... Thanks so much!
August 22, 2008|
Sorry, can't help you with interior photos. Try contacting Tourist Information and see if they can offer any. firstname.lastname@example.org No longer Forza D'Agrò? Vagabonda
Wedding Castelmola (3 Replies)
Any one have photos of inside church of San Giorgio at Castelmola, we are getting married there next september. Has anyone been married there before? I would love some tips on flowers etc. Thanks
October 23, 2007|
I think I have been mistaken!! We plan to marry in the church over looking Taormina, it may be called the Mother church? I have been there 6 months ago but am having trouble finding any photos or info.