“A little village that envelopes like the arc of the moon around this calm basin” (Guy de Mauppasant)
An exclusive destination attracting international tourism, its atmosphere still offers a taste of bygone days with the timeless traditions connected to the sea and the painstaking artisan crafts which embody the colours and scents of Liguria.
A visit to the Church of San Giorgio or to Brown Castle, a stroll down to the lighthouse or a hike along any of the numerous pathways over the mountain down to the village of San Fruttuoso, offer delightful sensations, enhanced by the views of spectacular nature drenched in Mediterranean sunshine.
Paraggi is an enchanting place. In this small bay nestled in the Mediterranean maquis that surrounds the Monte di Portofino, the sea creeps in with its emerald waters until it laps against a fine sandy beach where beach umbrellas open
The eastern part of Liguria, a thin strip of land squeezed between the mountains and the sea, offers breathtaking natural scenery. But also contributing to making this landscape unique and unforgettable over time has been the flair and work of craftsmen
A small village spreads like a moonbow around this calm basin. ( Guy de Maupasant) The beautiful bay of Portofino is nestled in the greenery of the Promontory. Its atmosphere still offers a taste of bygone days with the timeless traditions connected