A tiny fishing village very picturesque with its colorful old houses. Makes for excellent photo ops. It's name derives from Bocca (mouth) d'Asse (the old river Asse which used to flow into the sea at this location) There is a nice Gelateria or ice cream shop and one of Genoa's most famous restaurants Vittorio al Mare the food is excellent especially the fresh seafood but it is
expensive. The village tends to get crowded because of the narrow cobbled lanes and it being a popular place both for locals and tourists. There is a small pebbled beach and there are fishing boats pulled up on shore. It is located at the eastern end of the seafront promenade called Corso Italia which by the way makes a very nice walk starting from the Fiera del Mare (EXPO) at the western end and ending at Boccadasse in the east. There is also a bus which takes you there #31.
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