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Golfo Paradiso, Camogli, Italy
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Camogli, Italy
44° 21' 15.41'' N,
9° 8' 59.34'' E
Enjoy the sun, Beaches
"Catch the sunset and you are in for a real treat."

Second only to the Amalfi coast, this is Italy's finest coast. Golfo Paradiso stretches from Genova to Porto Venere with small picturesque villages, including Portofino and Camogli, clear blue waters, fish restaurants and thousands of tourists with their families. Most of them Italian.

Cliffs by the sea hide the blue waters and since the street is high up in some of the beach areas, it is not very easy to get the breathtaking views of the coast. But find a way to get down there and it is worth it. Catch the sunset at Golfo Paradiso and you are in for a real treat. Breathtaking views of bright orange and red, take over the blue waters, but it only lasts for a few minutes.

If you go to this area, don't miss by any means the famous Portofino. But do keep in mind that eating and staying at Portofino is very expensive. You can do it on a day cruise, if you don't want to break the bank, and stay at the nearby Santa Margherita or Camogli...

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