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Ente Parco di Portofino

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Ente Parco di Portofino

734 Reviews
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María Salomone wrote a review Oct 2019
Montevideo, Uruguay13 contributions2 helpful votes
Such a beautiful place to walk around. We ended up there by chance on a cloudy day and we loved it. The silence, the nature, the little animals. There’s a cute little streams with ducks and geese along the way. The path is up hill, with a lot of stairs. But absolutely worth it. Magical place.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Responded Oct 12, 2019
Dear Maria, Thank you very much for your feedback!!!
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Juby B wrote a review Oct 2019
20 contributions31 helpful votes
Take a day to walk from Santa Margherita Ligure to Portofino. It takes about 2 hours, and the views are magnificent. Just begin walking the boardwalk from Santa Margherita towards Portofino, and when you hit Camogli, the boardwalk turns to a forest path. Nice easy path with the cool drinks of Portofino as a reward.
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Date of experience: September 2019
2 Helpful votes
the traveller wrote a review Jul 2019
Taipei, Taiwan27 contributions34 helpful votes
This parc as natural parc is really one of the best place on the Mediterranean coast of both France and Italy. Very nice and impressive way to combine nature and culture
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Date of experience: July 2019
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blackrun1 wrote a review Jun 2019
Nashport, Ohio183 contributions27 helpful votes
interesting place to visit . Very pricey but a nice place to see and look around. The towns people are not overly friendly
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Date of experience: May 2019
Colin_and_Juliet wrote a review Jun 2019
Auckland Central, New Zealand4 contributions5 helpful votes
We had great day walking from Camogli to Portfino, taking a ferry to San Fruttuoso where we stopped for an hour, and then finally another ferry back to Camogli. Here are details of the walk: Starting in Camogli on the seafront Via Garibaldi, continue south east on Via Niccolo Cuneo to reach Via San Rocco. At the end of this road the path to San Rocco begins. It is a steady climb on a mix of steps and sloped path all in good condition for about 30 min / 1 km to reach the small settlement of San Rocco. Take in the great views back to Camogli and north towards Genoa, then take the path up the ridge (Via Galletti) toward Gaixella. The village is soon left behind and the trail climbs further up before starting to traverse to the east, becoming an easy dirt trail for before reaching the crossroads at Gaixella, about 2km from San Rocco. From here the path becomes wide and easy, following the frequent sign posts to Portofino Mare. There is a little more uphill, but not too hard, to reach the highest point on this walk at Pietre Strette (450m), a junction of several trails about 1 km from Gaixella. The trail to San Fruttuoso goes off to the right, but the path toward Portofino is straight ahead. Again the posts with the arrows toward Portofino Mare are clear, and show this as the main route now going steadily downhill. The surface becomes concrete and stone again after the barrier marking the park boundary, and houses begin to appear again. Don't miss the side trail to the rustic cafe "Ristorante Molino del Gassetta" (about 300m from the main route) where a well-earned break can be had. Continuing along the road from Molino, the main route is joined again before taking a sharp left turn down toward San Sabastiano. Although narrow, the road is beautifully maintained, with glimpses of grand homes and views down to the small harbour of Paraggi. As the road takes a sharp left turn, the final section of the walking route is straight ahead, with a short steep zigzag section before emerging in Portofino.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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