Board a comfortable sedan or minivan and enjoy the ride towards the charming fishing village of Camogli: the scenic road winds ahead and offers you breathtaking views of the Gulf of Tigullio, where marvels of nature and masterpieces of the human creativity coexist in full harmony. Camogli keeps the atmosphere of ancient times: the original medieval settlement, a parish, sits on a small island that is now attached to the mainland thanks to a square. The village has developed in the centuries around the parish and the marina, becoming famous for being home to important shipyards and hundreds of ships’ captains and also for its buildings, whose bright colors and lines once helped sailors to find their way back home. Also known as the “city of a thousand white sails”, Camogli is today a trendy vacation destination, although it maintains its nature of fishermen’s village. After boarding a private speedboat and a 30 minutes scenic cruise, you will reach San Fruttuoso Abbey: nestled in a hidden cove of the Portofino Promontory, surrounded by nothing but lush vegetation and steep cliffs, San Fruttuoso Abbey is a one-of-a-kind gem and a must-see for anyone who loves Italian art and culture. The abbey appears suddenly before your eyes, on a tiny beach washed by crystal clear waters and surrounded by the typical Mediterranean scrub. Visit the XI century abbey and be amazed by the views and the pristine nature that surrounds you. You will return to Portofino by private speedboat.