THE OLD PORT
The Old Port of Genoa (Porto Antico) is a large square overlooking the Mediterranean sea. It has a thousand years of history and twenty years of new life. Headquarters of the Aquarium of Genoa and vital center for tourism, culture, shopping, entertainment, sports, dining and taste, boating. Everything, in short. It is the heart of the new Genoa. A city within a city, where have fun, where you work, where people meet.
Boccadasse village, with its houses in pastel colors close to each other and wrapped around a small bay, It is the traditional end point of the walks of the Genoese in Corso Italia, a popular promenade that from the Foce district through the whole district of Albaro.
Typical fishing village, tourist center known for its harbor and the colorful buildings on the waterfront. From Camogli there are many paths for excursions, in particular in the promontory of Portofino. In an hour's walk, passing through the village of San Rocco you can reach the summit of Mount Portofino to enjoy the view of the Gulf of Genoa.
The town of Portofino is located in the western part of the Gulf of Tigullio between Camogli and Santa Margherita, in a bay at the foot of the headland to the east of Genoa, scoring indeed the geographical border between the Golfo Paradiso and Tigullio. Portofino is currently one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, known for holiday "luxury", but can offer much more. Starting with the natural beauty.
CINQUE TERRE - Vernazza
Starting from the west is the second of the countries that make up the Cinque Terre (Five Lands), nestled in a bay between the towns of Monterosso al Mare and Riomaggiore, and also includes the next village of Corniglia, fraction thereof.
The area is characterized by typical terraces for growing grapes and is part of the National Park of the Cinque Terre.