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Trasporti Marittimi Turistici Golfo Paradiso

Tourist Services

Consorzio Trasporti Marittimi Turistici Golfo Paradiso
Tourist Services

Tourist Maritime Transport “Golfo Paradiso” features eight vessels with tonnages ranging from 4 to 49.5 gross tons and a capacity of a minimum of 42 to a maximum of 350 passengers.

Regular year-round connections between Recco, Camogli, Punta Chiappa and San Fruttuoso. During spring and summer tours also depart regularly from Genoa, also reaching Portofino and the Cinque Terre. Golfo Paradiso also offers the impressive Whale Watching excursion, with departures from both Genoa Porto Antico and Imperia.
Possibility then to rent boats for the main destinations of the Eastern Ligurian Riviera.

Scheduled services and boat rentals in the stretch of sea of the Portofino Marine Protected Area, one of the most spectacular settings of the Portofino Coast.

Trasporti turistici Golfo Paradiso


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    +585 889 996 96 184 Main Collins Street Victoria
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    How to reach Portofino Coast
    Mappa Portofino Coast

    – Cristoforo Colombo International Airport in Genoa, about 30 km
    – Galileo Galilei International Airport of Pisa – 130 km
    – Malpensa International Airport of Milan – 200 km
    – Linate International Airport of Milan – 170 km
    – Nice International Airport – 200 km
    Shutter service or private cars transfers may be arranged to/from the airports on request

    BY SEA
    Genoa Maritime Terminal, about 25 kilometres away

    BY CAR
    A12 Motorway: Exits in Recco, Rapallo, Chiavari, Lavagna and Sestri Levante providing convenient access from any direction.
    The main panoramic coastal road, the Via Aurelia (SS1), connects all the seaside resorts.

    Stations located in the towns of Recco, Camogli, Santa Margherita Ligure, Rapallo, Zoagli, Chiavari, Lavagna, Cavi, Sestri Levante, Riva Trigoso and Moneglia.