Hotels in Golfo Tigullio, Italy
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- Camogli Beach
- San Fruttuoso Abbey
- Santa Margherita Ligure Castle
- Villa Durazzo
- Castle-on-the-Sea (Castello sul Mare)
- Paraggi Beach
- Abbey of Cervara
- Moneglia Beach
- Chiavari Beach
- Castello Brown
- Circolo Golf e Tennis Rapallo
- Punta Chiappa
- Abbazia di San Girolamo al Monte di Portofino - Complesso Monumentale La Cervara
- Bay of Silence
- Basilica dei Santi Gervasio e Protasio
- Monleone Castle
- Sanctuary of Our Lady of Montallegro (Nostra Signora di Montallegro)
- Basilica of Sts. Gervasius and Protasius
- Lavagna Beach
- Castello di Punta Pagana
Best hotels in Golfo Tigullio
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What's Portofino like?
Originally a small fishing village, Portofino is still a fantastic place to enjoy fresh seafood and to take to the waters on a rowing boat. Go dolphin spotting in the picturesque harbor, and make sure to take a look at the Statue of Christ the Abyss. This sculpture was put in place to protect scuba divers and fishermen, and is one of the key landmarks of the Portofino region. Portofino is also home to some amazing architecture, and even has its own castle, the Castello Brown, which is well worth a visit. Take a look at the Divo Martino church, as well, which dates back to the twelfth century and also to the Church of St George, where you can view the relics of saints. The Italian Riviera, of which Portofino is part, is also renowned for its glitzy, glamorous, beautiful beaches, so make sure to do as locals do and sunbathe in style.
How to get along with locals in Portofino
The official language spoken in Portofino is Italian, so why not brush up on a few phrases before you depart? The climate in this coastal region is warm and temperate, enjoying long, warm summers and mild Falls and springs. The food in the Genoa region is dominated by exquisitely cooked fish, so why not eat as locals eat and try some sea bream or squid ink ravioli. At Hotels.com, we have a huge amount of local knowledge all about Portofino, ranging from the region's cuisine to its language and culture. We used our knowledge to create a great range of Portofino for you to browse.