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Abbazia di San Fruttuoso

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Abbazia di San Fruttuoso

1,358 Reviews
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- Discover Nervi, one of the most elegant neighborhoods in Genoa.<br>- Walk along the amazing promenade that winds along the sea and the rocks with magnificent views extending till Portofino Promontory.<br>- Be charmed by the special beauty of Nervi's park, unique historical gardens overlooking the sea<br>- Discover ancient aristocratic villas<br>- Fall in love with Camogli postcard picturesque village<br>- Have a special focaccia tasting in the best bakery in Camogli<br><br>Travel at your own pace with no rush, queues or strict schedule<br>Discover beautiful spots far from mass tourism
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JimM wrote a review Jul 2020
9 contributions3 helpful votes
Another great experience along the Ligurian coastline. We stayed in Santa Margherita and used that great town as a home base to explore Cinque Terre. Don't forget about the San Fruttuoso Abbey. It was a highlight. Two ways to arrive - by boat or hiking in on foot. The boat ride is about 30 minutes. The beach can be crowded, we were there in August and we didn't reserve a beach chair ahead of time. However, we were fortunate to get two chairs. We laid on the beach, floated in the water, toured the abbey and the grounds, and had lunch in the Abbey Gardens next to the chapel. You probably need reservations to eat. There is a cafe in the Abbey with long lines. We recommend one of the restaurants. I believe there are three. It was a great trip and can even be a half-day trip. If you charter a private boat you can dive to the Christ of the Abyss statue submerged about 100 yards out. Floating in the water you can see the towering green hillsides meeting the glistening ocean. Magnificent!
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Date of experience: August 2019
megperry1 wrote a review May 2020
Sindelfingen, Germany137 contributions49 helpful votes
We enjoyed the amazing hike from portofino to san fruttuoso. It was blazing hot but the secluded beach at the end was amazing. Highly recommend but bring a ton of water!
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Date of experience: August 2019
giambattista p wrote a review Jan 2020
Correggio, Italy169 contributions64 helpful votes
stroll between hills and sea, enjoy peace and silence. cross wild animals without fear of humans. a mystical place, where you can find yourself, and enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds it
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Date of experience: January 2020
Sabai_Sabai wrote a review Oct 2019
Brisbane, Australia62 contributions21 helpful votes
“where have you been all my life?” OMG This is Italy’s best kept secret. Secluded beach, crystal clear water and all the glamour of Italian vogue. We stumbled upon this gem while making our way from Camogli to Portofino. Although our first visit was short we were certain to return the very next day to immerse ourselves in the sheer splendour of this hidden gem. Be prepared to stay for the whole day. You don’t need to take much. The restaurants are delightful and the beach facilities are perfecto. Now I have to mention the views are to die and the landscapes not bad either. If your not staying locally. Catch the train to Camogli make your way to the port and catch the ferry which departs hourly. You can thank me later...ENJOY.
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Date of experience: October 2019
SandN855 wrote a review Oct 2019
Berwick, Pennsylvania139 contributions17 helpful votes
About a twenty minute boat ride to the cove where the restaurant is located. We had lunch in an isolated cove, on the side of a hill, with the beautiful, blue Mediterranean Sea in front of us. Unfortunately (for us), storms had kept the fisherman at home and there was no fresh fish, but the food, service and wine were excellent. If you visit Camogli, this is the first restaurant to visit. It is sooo unique.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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