Lat 44°18’,18 N Long 009°12’, 83 E
Near the dock from 1.4 to 4 – near the buoys from 1 to 1.7- in the port from 0.5 to 16 M.
Side wind: gregale
Lee wind: from the northwest
Portofino harbour is completely docked, except for the two moorings at Cannone Bay.
Boat places: 16.
You must wait at the port mouth and contact the port service on channel 12VHF.
Speed limit below three knots and you must give way to boats coming out.
Be careful of two shallows with surfacing rocks: one is situated in front of the building of the Local Maritime Office just below sea level, the other (0.5 m.) is starboard the fuel station.
Lighthouses and Lights
White flashing lighthouse, 5 sec. intermittence, 15 M. capacity on the tip of Portofino.
Green flashing light, 3 sec intermittence, 7M. capacity on the inside corner of the Maritime Authority building.
Red flashing light, 3 sec intermittence, 7M. capacity on Punta del Coppo.
Fly to Genoa, Code: GOA.
Portofino is 45km east of Genoa Airport on the A12 motorway.Transfer time: 45 minutes.
Fly to Milano Malpensa, Code: MXP.
Portofino is 219km south of Milano Malpensa Airport on the A7 motorway. Transfer time: 2.30 hours.
Fly to Milano Linate, Code: LIN.
Portofino is 187km south of Milano Linate Airport on the A7 motorway. Transfer time: 2.20 hours.
Fly to Pisa, Code: PSA.
Portofino is 149km west of Pisa Airport on the A12 motorway.Transfer time: 1.45 hours.
Fly to Nice Cote d’Azur, Code: NCE.
Portofino is 237km east of Nice FR Airport on the A10 motorway.Transfer time: 3.00 hours.
Some Hotels arrange transfers, otherwise there are Taxis and a number of Car Rental Agencies in all the airports. In the high season (May, June, July, August and September), Portofino can get very crowded and it can be difficult to find a parking space. So, rent a car could be a nightmare! In this period, add 30/40 minutes to the transfer time, especially during the week-end.
by Ferry Boat
A good idea might be moving around via public boats in Portofino. The service involves small ships that leave from Molo Umberto I (the dock on the right facing the sea) in a dedicated space. At the current moment there are two lines that connect Portofino to San Fruttuoso, Santa Margherita Ligure, Rapallo, Chiavari, and Sestri Levante. The service is valid April through October. During the other months, the rides are very rare or non-existent. During peak season they add some evening rides.
San Fruttuoso, Santa Margherita Ligure, Rapallo. Departures: every hour from 9.30 (during summer) or 10.30 (March to November). Rides may vary due to weather conditions, feast days and events.
During summer and special events such as the «St. Giorgio Bonfire» on the 23rd of April, «Rapallo’s feast days» on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd of July, «Stella Maris» in Camogli the first Sunday of August and the «Cryst of the Abyss feast» in San Fruttuoso, the boats add special rides to cover the events.
Getting to Portofino in the evening by boat is a unique and touching experience. Unfortunately, the last ride to Portofino from Santa Margherita Ligure is at 5.15 p.m., while from San Fruttuoso it is at 6.30 p.m. If you want to see the sunset in Portofino from a boat, get in touch with a Taxi Boat on Calata Umberto I. And don’t forget to bring your electronic devices to snap some shots of the sunset!
WHERE ARE LOCATED THE BOATS?
Find the Ferry Boat in Portofino it’s very easy. You just need to go on the right pier – looking the sea – localize the Restaurant «Delfino». Go ahead for about 100 meters, you will see a small pier. Found it!
Molo Umberto I, Portofino
Motorway A12 Exit to RAPALLO
Follow indications to Portofino. Transfer time: 25 minutes.
Motorway A12 Exit to RECCO (Romantic Solution)
Follow indications to Portofino. Transfer time: 35 minutes.
SANTA MARGHERITA LIGURE Railway Station. Transfer time: 20 minutes.
RAPALLO Railway Station (Second Option). Transfer time: 30 minutes.
Public Bus is available on both stations.
Taxi service is available too. (please arrange a price before to board)
From the Santa Margherita Ligure or Rapallo station, there is a regular bus service to Portofino.
Journey time is about 15/25 minutes. The service runs every 30 minutes from 6:15 to 22:00 (up to 00:45 in summer).
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Portofino, one of the eight wonders of the world, is a fantastic hamlet on the sea based in the Italian Riviera, close to Genoa in the Nord West area of Italy. It’s easy to reach from Genova, Milano, Florence, Turin and Cote d’Azur. Portofino became famous in the 60s, when the rich and famous characters of the «Dolce Vita», actors, actresses, pop stars, and rich aristocrats frequently started visiting it for its twilights, exclusive parties, and breathtaking views. Today, Portofino is a place known for international tourism and the jet-set lifestyle.
Between April (Eastern) to the end of October, you can come at any day. Usually you can be in the middle of the crowd between thursday to sunday. The «Piazzetta» is always full of people, and you can feel as if you were in your living room. For the rest of the time – November to February – we suggest Portofino only if there is good weather and during the weekend. In Christmas – most of the shops are closed – but emotions are really amazing!
Aperitivo: Winterose at the end of Calata Marconi (left dock). Around 10 euro.
Eating Out: Da U Batti, behind the Piazzetta. Around 100 euro. Secret Scampi Recipe.
Beach: Olivetta following the way to Lighthouse.
Inspirations: Lighthouse of Portofino and the little wall above yacht club in the walk to St. George.
Best Moment: From 8pm during the season.
Love Declaration: Terrace on the right of the St. George Church and little pier on Molo Umberto I.
Magic: If you have time, walk to Portofino during Christmas, it’s really magical. Embrace each other and let go!
Dolphins: 150 meters from the coast between Lighthouse and San Fruttuoso and in front of the Cervara Abbey. Best moment from October to March.
Whales: 500 meters from the coast between our lighthouse and Nervi (GE). Best moment from November to March.
Our Ducks: In the season you can find them inside the little bay of the «Piazzetta».
Barracuda: Between the little bay of Cala dell’Oro and San Fruttuoso.
Spatulate saxifrage: Park of Portofino. It blooms in early April.
Wedding: Possible with a little patience to the Church of San Giorgio. Access need to be discussed in Townhall.
Best picture: Go to Castle Brown. There is a deck with stunning views. Even San Giorgio Church deserves.
Mothers and children: The access to the village and its surroundings is easy with prams. No problem. There aren’t nursery in the city.
Keeping fit: Jogging along the state Portofino to Santa Margherita Ligure (about 3.3 kilometers).
Dine in the Evening: In season, Ladies are dressed in elegant evening gown.
Parking: Required for cars inside the silos. Cost during the season € 7,50 / h.
Underwater: Christ of the Abysses at a depth of 17 meters in the San Fruttuoso bay. Amazing!
With your dog: Required dogs on a leash. They are very welcome.
Disability: There is a lift in the parking measuring 82 cm. Arrive in Piazzetta is possible without too much issues. Floor sandstone.
Good to know: We have Newsstand, Pharmacy, Police, Post Office, Yacht Club, ATM and Captaincy.
Toilets: They are in the square of parking on arrival. There are also at the end of Molo Umberto I. Pier at the right.
Emotional Thing: Arrive in Portofino by boat at the sunset. Absolutely!
St. George’s Bonfire: April 23rd. Emotional moment.
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When: From April to October each day. In winter only in the weekend. In Christmas – most of the shops are closed – but emotions are amazing!
INTERACTION WITH PORTOFINO
The Saint George bonfire is a unique moment, quite popular among tourists and even the locals. Getting to Portofino by car can be very hard at that time. You hardly get any chance to park after 5 p.m., and you risk the traffic block in Santa Margherita. A good option is taking the bus or an electric bike from Santa Margherita Ligure, (you’ll need a card, which you can purchase in Santa Margherita on the rotatory of buses in the morning). In this case, you can leave the car in Santa Margherita Ligure. You can check parking options in our APPS.
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CCTV cameras monitor every nook and cranny of the datacentre and there are PIR motion detectors to pick up any unusual activity. The centre also has secure entry with event logging and a perimeter alarm with beam detectors. Cue Mission Impossible soundtrack.
Portofino is Defended
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Portofino is Fast
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