Portofino has long been one of the playgrounds for the rich and famous to park their yachts while cruising around the Italian Riviera in the summer. The tiny village surrounding the port is considered to be one of the most beautiful in Italy. It is a tiny place and the road into it is very narrow and windy and cars must be parked at the village entrance. In summer the queues are long with entry restricted to a certain number of cars. A cruise around the coast is the best way to see this area. Portofino is full of designer boutiques and the place to be seen in your Sunday best. However the pink and yellow houses add up to a picture perfect place to visit.

In Portofino We Recommend…

Take a 2 km walk up to see the Abbazia della Cervara 1361 which is surrounded by formal gardens. Take one of our Boat Tours out the see the submerged statue of the Christ of the Abyss ….or to Santa Margherita Ligure trek to San Fruttuoso… Treat yourself to a night at the our Famous Luxury five star Hotel which has hosted the most famous movies stars & noble families in all of Europe. Parade the Passeggiata at 6 p.m.

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