How to reach the Locanda:
- Where we are:
- The PARK INN is located inside the Park of Portofino, in the hamlet of San Fruttuoso di Camogli (16032 - Genova).
- How to get here:
San Fruttuoso can only be reached by ferry or by foot along the paths of the Park of Portofino (min. 2 hours).
- = Coming by ferry:
- - Departure from Recco and Camogli: Maritime Tourist Transport Golfo Paradiso (www.golfoparadiso.it)
- - Departure from Sestri Levante, Lavagna, Chiavari, Rapallo Santa Margherita Ligure and Portofino: Consortium
Maritime of Tigullio (www.traghettiportofino.it)
- - Departure from Genoa: Cooperative Boatmen (www.battellierigenova.it)
- Please note:
- The times of the ferry departures and the boarding points vary according to the season and the daily weather or sea conditions.
- The departures are only during the daytime.
It is advised to consult the company of choice for the departure on time for verifying the departures in order to
possibly arrange the transfer otherwise.
- There is also a private taxi-boat service operated by the consortium of San Fruttuoso: www.consorziosanfruttuoso.it
- = Coming by foot:
- It is possible to reach the inn mainly by four places (see the map of www.parcoportofino.it Park):
- - From Portofino Vetta (easily reached on foot from Ruta di Camogli in half an hour or by car): along a walking path of about two hours, with a downward drop of nearly 500 m;
- - From San Rocco (the walking distance from Camogli is nearly a hour, you might go there by car or bus, see www.atpesercizio.it for more informations about schedules): along a path that is recommended for experienced hikers, characterized by steep trails with chains, with a duration of about three hours and a downward of more than 1000 m (It is advised to bring some drinking water during the walk, also there is a long stretch where the telephone signal coverage is absent).
- - From Portofino: along a demanding course, which takes about two hours with a downward of nearly 1000 m.
- - From Santa Margherita Ligure: along a demanding course, which takes about three hours with a total downward drop of almost 1000 m.