Deep ties to tradition bind Camogli to its maritime heritage. Its charm never fades from the high, colourful houses overlooking the beach, the Maritime Museum and the traditional celebrations such as the Fish Festival, held each year on the second Sunday of May.
The town boasts an ancient fishing harbor which has preserved its characteristic atmosphere over the centuries.
Camogli’s surroundings along the west side of the Portofino promontory offer idyllic spots like Ruta di Camogli, with its splendid view of the coast, lovely walks on the mountain pathways and boating excursions to the Bay of San Fruttuoso, where time seems to stand still within the walls of the splendid Benedictine Abbey and the sea glimmers like a precious treasure, reflecting the deep green hues of the mountain.
Every year, on the morning of the first Sunday in August, a cannon shot announces the departure of the Dragun, the legendary boat that is the pride of the city, which, accompanied by a procession of decorated boats, takes the
Camogli is still preserving its ancient maritime traditions. Its tall houses overlooking the beautiful beach and the quaint, colourful little harbour where fishermen's boats sway in the sun, are the ideal setting for one of the most eagerly awaited and
Camogli is the ideal place for a sunset stroll in sweet company, a romantic getaway, a candlelit dinner. The warm atmosphere of the village is well suited to the spirit of couples in love Camogli sunset And it is precisely to them that