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!Read More
When God created The Cinque Terre, he was particularly inspired. He took the best ingredients from his stores: verdant mountains that plunge straight into crystalline seas, valleys full of lush nature and tiny islands. Then man came along and embellished them with simple and beautiful colourful architecture (something which rarely occurs) . The result is a place in which history, tradition and architecture blend together in a balanced way, in harmony with the ecosystem, playing the same tune.Read More
In one of the last blog articles, we talked about the benefits of yoga. Practising it with constance allows you to maintain a healthy mind and body, an essential condition in this difficult, uncertain period.
Lilla, our legendary Hungarian yoga teacher, loves spending her free time in the open air, going on treks and doing other outdoor activities. During her walks, she always practices yoga in the remote and enchanting places that she finds.
In this article we talk about her favourite spots on the Eastern riviera where you can do yoga in the open air, immersed in the wildest nature and in the traditions of the area.Read More
Are you thinking about organizing your next outdoor adventure in the Portofino Park? Are you familiar with the Park of Portofino already, but on the lookout for new and stimulating ways of getting to know it better? This article will offer you lots of ideas, advice and useful information.
San Fruttuoso di Camogli is a rare pearl, set on the Southern coast of the Portofino promontory. A tiny, picturesque fishing hamlet, it is reachable only by sea or by hiking along the steep trails of the “Mount”. There are a scattering of houses, a 10th century Abbey, a Medieval tower erected to defend both the village and its water source, and an underwater statue (the Christ of the Abyss).
Portofino’s beaches are three pearls set between the intense blue of the Ligurian Sea and the lush greenery of the Portofino Park: Niasca, Cannon Bay and Olivetta. The beaches of Portofino are springboards that will propel you towards an incredible journey, exploring the Portofino Protected Marine Area. Biodiversity reigns supreme, the panorama leaves even the most seasoned explorer speechless…so roll up, roll up! Your voyage is about to begin.
Wondering what to do on your trip in Liguria Italy? Here are a few ideas: 5 Outdoor activities and various itineraries for discovering wild and uncontaminated “Riviera”- let yourself be carried away by its charming history and traditions in a very active and enjoyable way!
So here are our tips, suggested itineraries and all the indications you need to choose the best experience.
In this article we reply to the two questions that are asked most often by those intending to come on holiday in Portofino or by those who need some advice. Here are my personal suggestions: what I would do if I had a few days of vacation in Liguria.
My guide to the 10 places that absolutely must be visited (and tips on how to visit them) for an experience just like that of a local.
If swimming and snorkeling gives you the feeling of being like a fish, well, when you coasteering you feel more like a crab!
Coasteering is the evolution of sea canyoning! It includes swimming, diving, climbing and is enormous fun, but is also the best way to discover the coast and its natural marvels. Get to know up close the teeming life on the coast and explore it so closely that you will seem like part of it.
The marvels of the Cinque Terre by Kayak (or Stand Up Paddleboard): a unique perspective and places that are inaccessible to anyone else. Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore are the five villages that are by now famous the world over, equally frequented by outdoor sports enthusiasts and people with a passion for good food and wine.