San Fruttuoso a starting point for many hikes in the Park

You can find a description of the itineraries with a simple map on http://www.parcoportofino.com/parcodiportofino/it/descrizione_itinerari.page#.Vht5Qv_osdU

To plan your own itinerary, you can read the description of the different segments to combine on

http://www.parcoportofino.com/parcodiportofino/it/descrizione_segmenti_sentieri.page#.Vht4df_osdU

To reach San Fruttuoso we suggest

San Rocco – Batterie – San Fruttuoso

This is one of the most fascinating itineraries of the Promontory, with gorgeous views over the sea and the coastline: an exposed coastal trail for experienced hikers, with many interesting aspects, connecting Camogli to Portofino.

San Rocco – Toca – Pietre Strette – San Fruttuoso

This is another scenic itinerary on the Western side of the Promontory of Portofino, but less strenuous than the previous one.

Ruta – Pietre Strette – San Fruttuoso

In its first part, this itinerary follows the same trail as the previous one, but then it runs through the shady forests on the Northern side of the Promontory, before raising out into the Mediterranean scrubland above the coast.

Santa Margherita – Pietre Strette – San Fruttuoso

This itinerary starts in the countryside, between villas and terracings, before entering the shady forests on the Northern side of the Promontory, like the previous one. In its last part it raises out into the Mediterranean scrubland on top of the Valley of San Fruttuoso.

Portofino – Olmi – Base O – San Fruttuoso (or the variant Portofino - Vessinaro - Campi – Base O)

This is an easy itinerary, with gorgeous views over the Southern slope of the Promontory, that runs through farmed terracings and Mediterranean scrubland.

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