Water activity

Genova : Boat Tour to Camogli, San Fruttuoso, & Portofino

Activity provider: Golfo Paradiso srl

Genova : Boat Tour to Camogli, San Fruttuoso, & Portofino

Activity provider: Golfo Paradiso srl
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From US$ 18.38 per person

Likely to sell out Booked 27 times yesterday

Depart from Genova on this coastal boat tour and experience a full-day excursion to discover three of the most charming villages in Liguria: Camogli, San Fruttuoso, and Portofino.

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  • Discover Camogli, a colourful village and busy harbor
  • Enjoy scenic views of fishing village San Fruttuoso and abbey
  • Marvel at the beautiful scenery surrounding Portofino and the super yachts in the harbor
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Experience a full-day boating excursion and discover three of the most charming villages in Liguria: Camogli, San Fruttuoso, and Portofino. You can choose to visit all 3 villages, or just stop and enjoy one or two of them when booking. The ferry connects the charming fishing villages of Camogli and San Fruttuoso while offering visitors a boat trip around Golfo Paradiso with stunning views and unforgettable sights. Depart from Genova in the morning aboard the motorboat Città di Camogli and enjoy panoramic coastal views on your way to the harbor of Camogli. If you choose to visit San Fruttuoso, you will find a charming fishing village located on the promontory of Portofino and the Abbey of San Fruttuoso. After leaving the dock from Camogli, passengers will catch sight of beautiful views of the tiny village. Next, you'll be able to admire the majesty of Portofino mountain, the pudding-stone landmark outcrop of Punta Chiappa. Then you'll pass the exclusive hamlet of San Fruttuoso, followed by the famous Hermit's Grotto and the Cala dell'Oro. Both of these locations are protected areas where boats are prohibited. In Portofino, you will find the awe-inspiring blue sea, the lush green vegetation at the edge of the cliffs, and the elegance of villas along the coast. Passengers often sight striped bottle-nosed dolphins and the other dolphins that live in these coastal waters.

  • Boat tour from Genoa to Camogli, San Fruttuoso, and Portofino (based on option selected)
    Not suitable for
    • People with mobility impairments
    Covid-19 precautions
    Safety measures in place
    • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
    Traveler requirements
    • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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    Meeting point

    Arrive 30 minutes before the activity starts. You must show your GetYourGuide voucher at the Golfo Paradiso ticket office.

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    What to bring

    • Comfortable shoes
    • Comfortable clothes

    Know before you go

    • Boat service takes place only when weather and sea conditions are good
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    4.2 /5

    based on 195 reviews

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    Very nice but tiring trip. Make sure you’re well rested as you will need it. The place we loved the most was Camogli - it happened to be Stella Maris on the day we went so there was the musical band and lovely boats too. We took the typical focaccia from a cute little shop in the piazza. San Fruttoso is good for a nice swim and maybe a snack - restaurants are a bit overpriced there so I don’t recommend eating there. I’m sure Portofino is nicer than we found it but by the time we got there we were a bit tired already and there’s not much to do unless you’re luxury shopping. We just had a gelato and waiting for the boy to take us back to Genova.

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    August 9, 2022

    Great ride only one regret not having more shuttles between san fruttuoso And Portofino a single departure is not enough! Camogli is a superb village, Portofino no longer needs to be demonstrated alone, san fruttuoso perhaps does not deserve such a long stop! The abbey is superb but the tiny and overloaded beach in this month of August is inaccessible. A tip: stay longer in camogli

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    August 8, 2022

    The +: - the affordable price to visit the 3 destinations - Camogli is a beautiful seaside town to visit - Sans fruttuoso is our favorite The -: - lack of explanations regarding meeting places and boat changes - the boats are crowded with people - the boats do not leave on time and are often late or early (so late are they?)

    August 7, 2022

    Product ID: 413279