Portofino-piazzetta

Sestri Levante

Portofino

 

luxury travel

 

Riviera Full Day

The full day excursion enables to enjoy the slow and relaxed pace of the these tiny villages, to discover the fascination of the gozzi, the typical fishing boats of the area, to stroll along the piers in Portofino, maybe chasing celebrities, to visit ancient medieval abbeys such as S. Salvatore dei Fieschi and S. Fruttuoso.
A journey by ferry for at least a short while is compulsory to really enjoy this lush and varied coast.
From Portofino it is possible to reach the bay of San Fruttuoso in not even half an hour sail: it is a small isolated bay where the ancient Abbey rises, built sheer on the sea.
Close by, but on another bay, is Camogli: a village still preserving the charm of the old fishermen villages. Here, early in the morning, fishing boats still reach the shores and it is still possible to enjoy the atmosphere of the village of the old days.
The road from Camogli to Rapallo is Ruta. It winds up along the hill and offers gorgeous panoramic spots, nothing to envy to  the more famous French Corniche.
For those who love less renowned places, Zoagli and its promenade shouldn't be missed: the main square, with its old bathing establishments lets people savour the atmosphere of a time past and the promenade, carved in the rocks sheer on the sea, rivals the Via dell'Amore in charm and views.
The more famous Santa Margherita and Rapallo cannot be missed, just like the small medieval town of Chiavari.

In short, this territory offers an incredibly wide choice: coast and hinterland, sea and countryside, medieval historic centres, fishermen and farmers side by side with boutiques and stars.

 
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