OUTDOOR ADVENTURE - Outdoor Portofino


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Difficulty: Beginner   What's my level?
Beginner: I have no experience or I've tried this sport a few times in easy conditions / Non ho nessuna esperienza o ho provato questo sport un paio di volte in condizioni facili.
Intermediate: I practice this sport regularly and I'm comfortable practicing it autonomously / Pratico questo sport regolarmente e sono a mio agio a praticarlo in autonomia
Expert: I'm a "pro" / Sono un "pro"
Lenght: 4h Language: Ita - Eng
Departure Time: 10:30 Location: Santa Margherita Max: 30
€ 57 € 49

A guided survival and orienteering itinerant tour trekking through Portofino’s Park paths: a fun and unique way to visit the area!

  • Discover the paths of the Park of Portofino through new activities
  • Learn the techniques of survival and orienteering together with our instructors
  • Safe guided tour
  • Packed lunch at the Mulino del Gassetta
  • On request, possibility of lunch break with typical and local products at the Mulino del Gassetta
  • Visit the areas of greatest historical and natural interest on the promontory Ideal activity for groups, families, adults and children

Discover the park of Portofino with this amusing guided activity through the park trails. Along the way, always together with your guide, you will be involved in orienteering and survival challenges with the aim of getting closer to these sports in a fun way while finding out many curiosities about the surrounding area.

Starting from Santa Margherita, you will reach Portofino through the park’s paths, passing through best naturalistic and historical spots of the promontory, such as Nozarego, Olmi, Prato and San Sebastiano.

At lunchtime, it is expected a stop at the Mulino del Gassetta for a packed lunch or – if demanded – with the possibility of lunch on site at the Gassetta Mill. The evocative arrival in Portofino will leave you breathless: the village seen from above will be even more exciting!

The return from Portofino to Santa Margherita is scheduled walking along the panoramic sea walk or either by boat or bus for those who wish.

minimum 4, maximum 30 participants

  • Guided survival activity
  • Assistance
  • compass
  • fire striker
  • trekking shoes
  • waterproof windproof jack
  • appropriate thermal clothing
  • water bottle
  • What we suggest you to bring: hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, anti-mosquito spray

Known historically as a fishing village, Santa Margherita has been transformed by tourism into a valued holiday seaside resort. Famous today as the “Pearl of the Tigullio Gulf”, Santa Margherita sees a harmonious integration of the urban landscape and the tourist harbor with nature.

Once you arrive at the Cappelletta della Neve in Nozarego, follow the paved road for about 100 meters until you reach, on the left, the cobbled path that climbs up between villas with gardens and dry stone walls that soon join the road coming from the church of Nozarego. The path continues on the plain with a view of the Gulf and the Abbey of Cervara up until arriving to the Cappelletta delle Gave, which owes its name to the presence of a small church, a crossroads for numerous paths.


The Gassetta mill is an historic mill that has been brought back to life as a restaurant, a resting spot, a small museum, and a source of information, all within the preserved area of the Park of Portofino. Today this charming restaurant adheres to the philosophy of “simple and local” in it’s cuisine, allowing visitors to taste typical and tasty traditional Ligurian recipes.


Located in the heart of the park, Olmi is characterized by a spectacular unspoiled nature. The traditional intervention of man is here well inserted in the natural environment: the cultivation methods and types seem not to have known the passing of the centuries here.


Prato offers breathtaking views here where the cultivated areas merge with the spontaneous vegetation. The cultivation of vines, olive trees, vegetables, citrus fruits and other fruit trees has been going on here since the first centuries of the Middle Ages.


The namesake Via San Sebastiano is a small road in the middle of the olive groves that from the park leads us to Portofino village. All the houses scattered along the route – once peasant dwellings – are now almost all renovated. The little red church of San Sebastiano is also beautiful to see and rich in history.


The picturesque village of Portofino is a small jewel immersed in the natural context of the regional park to which it gives its name. Located on the eastern cape of the headland, Portofino is a place of great tourist interest. Its tall and colorful houses disposed in semicircle and overlooking the main square and the marina are surrounded by hills covered with olive trees.


How to reach us The meeting point is at our Santa Margherita HUB located in Via Anton Maria Maragliano 41, Santa Margherita Ligure. Easily reachable walking from the center of Santa Margherita, the Hub is just 100mt distance from the port.
 Call Center: +39 3343290804
€ 57 € 49

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