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Parco Naturale Regionale di Portofino

Viale Elia Rainusso 1, 16038, Santa Margherita Ligure, Italy
+39 0185 289479
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The Promontory of Portofino, the most northern protected coastal area of the western Mediterranean, shows scenery and landscapes amongst the most famous in the world. Formed by giant conglomerate deposits overlying limestone banks, mainly of marl...more
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Viale Elia Rainusso 1, 16038, Santa Margherita Ligure, Italy
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+39 0185 289479
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"san fruttuoso"
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"beautiful place to visit"
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"excellent trails"
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"day trip"
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"small village"
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"take photos"
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"lovely walk"
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"cinque terre"
in 7 reviews
"santa margarita"
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"few hours"
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"gelato"
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"portofino"
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

we went walking from Sta Margherita to Portofino. Is a 5km walk dont miss it!!!! Stop at Paraggi for a drink.

Thank Marila V
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Reviewed 13 April 2018 via mobile

We hiked from Portofino and follow the nice marked trail up to the Parco di Portofino. Nice narrow trails well maintananced and marked, gave us a excellent hiking exoerience. Lots of stunning points of views, just breathtaking. This was worth the effort of hiking up...More

Thank Geir H
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Reviewed 8 April 2018 via mobile

Just back from a weekend where we stayed in Santa Margherita (cheaper and more on offer) and walked to Portofino which took around an hour. Beautiful seascapes and a very easy path, along the edge of the coast and then up through the Parco Naturale...More

Thank HeavenCrawley
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Reviewed 20 September 2017

We walked from Ruta di Camoli to Portofino via Pietre Stretta and Olmi.The first 20 minutes are straight up steps to Portofino Vetta. The track then flattens out as far as Pietre Stretta. A long but easy walk down to Portofino then follows. There is...More

Thank Robert T
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Reviewed 8 September 2017

We took the ferry to Portofino with our guide and my husband and I returned on our 'free day' hiking 3 miles each way from Santa Margherita. It's a beautiful spot with nice outdoor cafes, shops, a church and classic old buildings. The views to...More

Thank JMS28409
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Reviewed 30 August 2017 via mobile

Beautiful place to visit, especially on a boat. Water was great to swim in. Fish beautiful to snorkel with.

Thank kiwimedicuk
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Reviewed 23 August 2017 via mobile

I have been spoiled diving in the Caribbean, but there is no evidence to me that this area is protected from diving it. Mostly rock and a few fish - I didn't see any crustaceans except in the windows at the shops and restaurants. You...More

Thank JessicainCanada
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Reviewed 13 July 2017

Our experience of this Regional Park was as keen walkers. There are a network of well signposted and way-marked trails any combination of which can give demanding but satisfying walks through an amazing variation in ecosystems. Our best walk involved taking the ferry to San...More

6  Thank Arkle66
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Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

We were told we have to visit San Fruttuoso when we're in Portafino and so after some online research on how to get there from Portafino, we discovered that we could hike to San Fruttuoso and catch the boat back! This sounded absolutely perfect and...More

9  Thank sass21
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Reviewed 12 July 2017

We took a cruise from Santa Margarita, the best way to initially see Portofino. This is a stunningly beautiful place and world renowned - a must visit if in the area.

1  Thank Geri33
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david s
10 August 2016|
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Response from ParcoPortofino | Property representative |
From Portofino you can find the trailheads on the right side of the Parish Church of Divo Martino, on the opposite side of the road, and in the part of the village called "Fondaco", at the very end of the road, walking... More
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