A fun, teeny-tiny beach village on the walk from Santa Margherita to Portofino. A cove on the coast with barely a sliver of a beach with chairs to rent and a few nice bars and restaurants. Very cool for a few hours. A hidden bit of the Italian Riviera.
Baia de Paraggi just off the yacht harbor of Portofino is a beautiful bay along Ligurian coastline. In order to access to the bay for swimming, you have to pay a high fee to the private operator which is considered to be unacceptable. Anyway, the place is beautiful.
What an awful little village. Went on sunny day in July. The public beach was such a tiny sliver that it was literally impossible to find a place to put a towel. And the guys at the private beach rental places were all demanding personal bribes in addition to the posted rates.…
Keep away from this place if you travel alone, because you cannot rent one sunbed, you must rent two. Stupid.
we paid 140 EUR for the four of us to enter the beach (35 EUR per person). The only thing we got was a towel. Despite the high price paid service was below zero. We had to serve ourselves from the bar on top of it the lady serving was extremely impolite. Yes the view was nice…