Climbing steeply from the shore, the green rocky hills make for a mild climate both in summer and winter. This hilly landscape, naturally rugged and craggy, at times softened by the many manmade terraces, slopes steeply into the sea to give us the charming villages of Portofino, Santa Margherita Ligure, Rapallo, Chiavari, Lavagna and Sestri Levante. Among the most enchanting attractions on the Ligurian coastline. The Marine Protected Area of Portofino was established on April 26, 1999 by decree of the Ministry of the Environment. With a sea surface of 346 ha, it extends around the promontory of the same name included in the municipalities of Camogli, Portofino and Santa Margherita Ligure, where it has its headquarters. The area was declared as Specially Protected Area of Mediterranean Importance. It’s divided into three zones (A, B and C), each with different levels of accessibility. The correctness of the data collected is guaranteed by the GPS systems used. The routes marked in red are maintained safe by the CAI, the Italian Hiking Club, and FIE, the Italian Hiking Federation. The routes marked in grey are not signed and are recommended for expert hikers only. printed maps available: https://www.libreriageografica.com/
Price: $ 7.99 USD
Activities: Hiking, Cycling
Language: English, French, German, Italian
Size: 30.2 MB
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