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The history of Portofino: a chat with the expert

The history of Portofino. Today let’s talk about some of the curiosities that regard Portofino and its history, with the help of a very special guest.

This characteristic and colourful seaside village is set in a tiny bay that has a unique conformation – surrounded by the lush greenery of the eponymous Mount and by the turquoise waters of the Protected Marine Area.

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6 curiosities about unmissable places in Camogli, Liguria

Today I’m going to accompany you on your visit to “my” Camogli, Liguria. Its conformation and architecture represent exactly what one would expect from a Ligurian seaside village: the tall, colored houses piled on top of each other, framed by the greenery of the mountains and by the blue of the sea. By now the town’s economy is more centered on tourism than on the fishing and sailing that were part of its lustrous past. But on summer evenings still today, you can admire the hotchpotch of boats and fishing trawlers as they unload their crates in the tiny port with the day’s freshly caught fish.

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Snorkelling and coasteering in Paraggi Bay, Portofino: 5 interesting facts about the flora and fauna

Some fascinating facts about the unique biodiversity hidden just above and below the tide in Niasca and Paraggi Bay in Portofino.

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Activities in Cinque Terre: my top 5

What to see and do in the Cinque Terre

What is there to see in the Cinque Terre? What is there to do in the Cinque Terre? In this article, we will retrace the path we took in “What to see in Portofino“, answering those two questions that are most often asked by people intending to organise a holiday here or who are looking for advice.

Here are my personal suggestions: what I would do if I were on holiday in the Cinque Terre!

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Christ of the Abyss: how to visit and more

The Christ of the Abyss is a bronze statue placed on the seafloor in San Fruttuoso bay (Camogli). It’s in the heart of the Portofino Marine Park and is one of the most famous attractions of the Ligurian coast.

In this article you will find all the advice and information necessary for visiting it in the best way possible. Are you ready to set off for this unforgettable experience?

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At the beach with kids: ideas of things to do

Ah the sea! Just the words beach and sea are often real synonyms of being on holiday! They are just so important to help us to recharge mind and body. But: what can you do at the beach with kids? 

In these lines, you will find some advice as to how to best use your time by the sea in a self-aware, educative and, of course, fun way!

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Bushcraft, Survival, Sea Kayaking or simply “Live with Nature”

Bushcraft is the usage and practice of skills, acquiring and developing knowledge and understanding, in order to survive and thrive in the natural environment.

Jeff Allen and Marco Priori, two leading figures on the international outdoor scene shared their experiences and knowledge with us. Let’s have a chat with them!

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Mare In Liguria

Ligurian Sea: 12 activities for 12 months

Here is our programme for discovering a new active and sustainable way of living the Ligurian sea. 12 months, a suggestion every month. Put it on the list of things to do at least once in your life, you won’t regret it!

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Guided tours: expert advice

There are many ways to live and explore the nature of the sea and mountains. In the last few years, the number of professionals offering guided tours for having safe outdoor adventures has grown exponentially.

Two questions that we are often asked are: why should I choose to take part in a guided tour instead of going on my own? What does the guide actually do?

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