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Ente Parco di Portofino
Parco Naturale Regionale di Portofino
Viale Rainusso 1 - 16038 Santa Margherita Ligure
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Parco Naturale Regionale di Portofino
Viale Rainusso 1
16038
Santa Margherita Ligure

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Viale Rainusso 1
16038
Santa Margherita Ligure
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Contacts

Telephone
0185/289479
Fax
0185/285706
Email
info@parcoportofino.it
Internet Site
www.parcoportofino.it
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A successful blend of natural beauty and human activities, Portofino Park is the perfect example of landscapes offering a continuous and harmonious alternation of natural ecosystems and crops, offering an extraordinary wealth of diversity, all worth experiencing! The best way to discover the park is through the many possible excursions (on foot or by boat) or through its fascinating hiking trails of great environmental and panoramic value. The temperate climate makes Portofino Park the perfect place for excursions and hikes year-round. In spring the vegetation, consisting of typical Mediterranean brush, is in full flower. The hiking trails are mostly easy and are clearly marked. An excellent park map and guide is available directly in the offices of the Ente Parco di Portofino or in bookshops and newsstands in Santa Margherita Ligure. Hiking boots are recommended.
Notes
Parco Naturale Regionale di Portofino includes the Promontory of the same name on the Riviera about thirty km east of Genoa in Liguria. A protected nature reserve since 1935, Mount Portofino is covered with a dense network of footpaths. The principal accesses to the park (Portofino Vetta, Nozarego, Portofino and San Rocco) can easily be reached by car or bus and are the starting points for numerous itineraries of different lengths and degrees of difficulty through various parts of the park, with its typically Mediterranean brush and Holm oak groves and continental temperate forests. All touched by the presence of man, apparent in the traditional Ligurian terraces on which olive trees and orchards are planted and in the presence of little villages set here and there into the natural landscape, such as Portofino, San Fruttuoso and Punta Chiappa.
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