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All reviews la cantina by foot small beach boat ride pebble beach high seas heart pumping great swimming wild flowers inclines and declines out of season hour hike santa margherita steep climb euros per person public beach great place to visit
This is a great day trip when the weather is nice. It's only accessible by hiking or boat. We took a boat and had a great day. Nice beach. Great place to bring bread, cheese and wine for a picnic. So glad we took the...More
Amazing view as the boat prepares to dock, the aqua blue crystal clear sea, and the Abbey standing majestically directly in front. For more mature people there are quite a few steps before reaching the Abbey, we were wormed about how crowded the beach can...More
San Fruttuoso is a amazing place. We walked there from Camogli and took the boat back. Many go there for the beach but we found La Laura, a fantastic restaurant with very good italien seafood. It is open 12-16 for lunch and we advice you...More
My husband & I rode the ferry to see this small village with it’s historic abbey. Breath-taking views of the sea, alongside ancient artifacts. Easy, self-guided tour.
We then explored this tiny village, settling on La Cantina for lunch. It is a small restaurant in...More
Take the ferry from Camogli or Portofino to San Fruttuoso to tour the old abbey (which dates back to 984 A.D.), have a nice lunch, and swim in the lovely bay. If you feel energetic, you can get off the ferry on the way back...More
You can reach this place by ferry from Camogli, Punta Chiappa or Portofino for 6-8 euro. It’s.a gorgeous setting and the abbey has a fascinating history. We were there in September and there were still plenty of people. It was difficult to find a place...More
This was a highlight of our holiday, the only place we shelled out to get a beach chair and I’m glad we did as it gets crowded on the sand but it didn’t bother us.
Catch the first ferry and plan to spend at least...More
We took a boat from Camogli to the Abbey. It was over crowded. The sea and the beach were very nice if you can see from the many people. They divided the tiny beach, the huge part is private, you have to pay for the...More
Accessible only by hiking or by boat, this marvellous cove is the Italian Riviera at its best. We spent a day here swimming and exploring in the sun. We took a packed lunch but there are plenty of places to eat and drink, including a...More
Response from Emanuela883 | Reviewed this property |
the Christ is very close to the shore (100 m.), they have boats with glass or the have a special magnifier to look under water so you don't need to snorkel. just book the boat in advance because if you are going on... More
the Christ is very close to the shore (100 m.), they have boats with glass or the have a special magnifier to look under water so you don't need to snorkel. just book the boat in advance because if you are going on high season you may have to wait to get in. all the best for your trip.
Response from Fondoambiente | Property representative |
Dear Kalkan37, it is possible to park the car in Camogli for a few days. Near the theatre, in Matteotti Square, there is an unguarded parking with entrance bar open 24 hours, the maximum daily rates for 24 hours € 30,00.