Ports & Excursions

Portofino, Italy

Portofino and the small fishing ports of the Ligurian Coast are worthy rivals to St. Tropez and the French Riviera. Stroll seaside promenades lined with palm trees or climb narrow alleys lined with towering, pastel-painted houses. Secluded coves, promontories crowned with medieval churches, fine beaches - Portofino and the Ligurian Riviera offer some of the finest scenery in all Italy.

Portofino has been a popular winter resort since the 19th century, when the railway first connected the small fishing ports of the Italian Riviera with Genoa.

Note: Portofino is an anchorage port - guests transfer to shore via ship's tender.

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  • Santa Margherita Santa Margherita

    Take a guided walking tour of the small harbor and view the Villa Durazzo. Stroll along the charming streets and Central Square, and take in this picturesque seaside village along the Italian Riviera coast.

  • San Lorenzo Cathedral San Lorenzo Cathedral

    Located within the heart of old Genoa, this medieval cathedral was consecrated in 1118. San Lorenzo Cathedral is beautifully constructed with a striking contrast of black slate and white marble.

  • Via Garibaldi / Ducal Palace Via Garibaldi / Ducal Palace

    The Palace that once housed the Magistracy of the Republic now serves as the seat of trade activities for Genoa. The Courtyard contains bars, restaurants, art galleries, and craftsmen's stores linked to the tradition and the culture of the region.

  • Chiesa del Gesu Chiesa del Gesu

    The Chiesa del Gesu in Genoa was built from 1589 to 1637. This holy site is richly decorated in marble and ancient artifacts. The church boasts frescoes by Carlone and paintings by Guido Reni and Rubens.

  • Portofino's Piazzetta & Saint George's Church Portofino's Piazzetta & Saint George's Church

    Visit famous Portofino with its colorful houses facing in a semi-circle around the harbor. Enjoy breathtaking views of sea as you stroll along romantic cobblestone streets.

  • Rapallo Rapallo

    Stroll along the seaside promenade lined with palm trees to the small "Castle on the Sea" guarding the harbor entrance. Travel through Rapallo's narrow alleys lined with colorful shops to the famous Piazza Cavour.

  • Camogli Camogli

    Camogli is a small Italian fishing village and tourist resort located in the province of Genoa on the Italian Riviera.

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