Visiting Portofino Park
You can reach the heart of the Promontory of Portofino Mountain exclusively by following the thick network of trails crossing it. Over 70 km of itineraries developing in about 1,000 hectares and giving the opportunity to visit the various localities of the Park.
Leaving from the main gates of the Park (S.Rocco, Portofino Vetta, Nozarego, Portofino), you can reach by public means of transport or by your own car, you can start various itineraries - of various length and difficulty - crossing the Park to reach locations like Punta Chiappa, San Fruttuoso, Portofino, the favorite destinations for hikers.
The itineraries mainly consist of ancient paved trails or dirt roads used to reach places of religious worship (S.Fruttuoso, S.Nicolò, La Cervara), to link the various towns, and reach the places of rural work (olive groves, woodlands and charcoal piles, maquis, and pastures).
The main itinerary of the network is represented by the main route Portofino Vetta - Portofino mare, crossing the whole promontory from north-west to south-east.
Several routes running along the coast and crossing the towns leave from it.
Along these trails, as you leave the noise of the city traffic, you will gradually reach the silence, fragrances, and colors of the nature of the Park, an uncontaminated oasis just a few dozen km from the urban area of Genoa.
|Lower Ring-route||On foot|
|Nozarego - Portofino||On foot|
|Paraggi - Portofino||On foot|
|Portofino Vetta - Bocche - Felciara||On foot|
|Portofino Vetta - Monte Portofino||On foot|
|Portofino Vetta - Pietre Strette - Base O - San Fruttuoso||On foot|
|Portofino Vetta - Portofino mare||On foot|
|San Rocco - Batterie - San Fruttuoso||On foot|
|San Rocco - Pietre Strette - San Fruttuoso||On foot|
|San Rocco - Punta Chiappa||On foot|
|San Rocco - Toca - Pietre Strette - San Fruttuoso||On foot|
|Upper Ring-route||On foot|