GOLFO PARADISO EXPERIENCE ON THE ITALIAN RIVIERA
You may have the universe if I may have Italy. – Giuseppe Verdi
Enjoy our Golfo Paradiso experience in a charming and exclusive boutique hotel in Camogli, a charming Italian borgo with a view on the breathless Gulf of Paradise on the Italian Rivera. It is the ideal place for a romantic weekend or a family vacation or with friends, because it is an authentic place where the beautiful landscapes that embrace the pristine sea. This jewel borgo is famous for its pretty marina with bright multi-colored palazzi lining the water. A romantic seaside village that fascinates the view of a magnificent natural setting that has enchanted travelers from all over the world in search of relaxation, culture, sea and great food. The territory of Camogli also includes the widest part of the Portofino Regional Natural Park with the beautiful Fraction San Fruttuoso di Camogli. The town of Camogli has a splendid historic center made of tiny traditional houses strictly painted in pastel color, with the narrow green shutters, and the Dragonara Castle that hosts the Maritime Museum that houses 146 models of vessels, built almost exclusively by the seafaring people of Camogli. From Camogli you can discover other wonders: Santa Margherita and Portofino, Cinque Terre onboard of a private boat to admire from the sea the astonishing villages of Riomaggiore , Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza. Camogli is also the right place where you can enjoy the rich typical Ligurian gastronomy, fresh fish, the pesto, in one of the restaurants that overlook the marina of Camogli.
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Visiting the Marine Museum housed by the Dragonara Castle dedicated to maritime world.
Enjoying one of the many scenic trails that run between Camogli and the Ruta zone, arriving at Punta Chiappa, also known as San Rocco.
Discovering the numerous grottoes in the surroundings, first and foremost the Grotta dei Gamberi at Punta Chiappa.
Visiting the San Fruttuoso Bay, accessible via a steep pathway or by boat, to find a charming borgo, at the center of which is the monumental complex of the 13th-Century Romanesque Abbey of San Fruttuoso di San Nicolò di Capodimonte.
Enjoying the immersion to see the celebrated Christ of the Abyss, a work by Guido Galletti (1954) standing at the bottom of San Fruttuoso Bay.
Enjoying the fish sagra held every second Sunday in May, famous for the use of a gigantic frying pan.
Hiking the magical trail Via dell’ Amore (Lovers’ lane) is the most famous and romantic stretch of the Cinque Terre coastline, from Riomaggiore and Manarola, the easiest section of the Sentiero Azzurro (Blue trail) from Riomaggiore to Monterosso.