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….une gorge où entre la mer, une gorge cachée, presque introuvable, pleine d’arbres, de sapins, d’oliviers, de châtaigniers. Un tout petit village, Porto-Fino, se développe en demi-lune autour de ce calme bassin.(Guy De Maupassant)

Wonderful seaside village nestled among the rocks of the mountain of Portofino (UNESCO World Heritage)

Rocky and austere landscape, similar to the strongest of Calabria, asylum for fishermen and peasants, bare, solemn frame of the most primitive in Italy. Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, nests of hawks and seagulls, Manarola and Riomaggiore are, proceeding from west to east, the names of a few villages or hamlets of countries thus barricaded between the cliffs and the sea. (Eugenio Montale)

The largest Italian aquarium and the second in Europe

Ancient Benedictine abbey (14th century)

The Sanctuary rises in a splendid panoramic position, right in the middle of the park, stretched out like a balcony on the enchantment of the Tigullio Gulf

The romantic ruins of a 12th century monastery

Majestic villa of 1600 that, surrounded by a beautiful park, dominates the promenade.

The symbol of the city of Rapallo, Italian national monument.

The ancient bridge, called 'Annibale's'.

One of the most valuable and best preserved Romanesque-Gothic buildings in Liguria.

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