The villa is located in Camogli, in one of the most suggestive spots of the Tigullio Gulf, along the road leading to Portofino Kulm Hotel – a holiday destination of international elite tourism since the beginning of the last century. It is totally surrounded by the woods of the Portofino Mount Natural Park, in a pristine natural landscape.
The property is reachable by car. Due to its stunning location, the villa enjoys a 360° panorama with a view over the sea and the Riviera coast. It has been cleverly and tastefully restored, preserving all the features of ancient local villas.
On the ground floor, the entrance leads to the living room with five French windows facing the garden; dining room, kitchen, and guest bathroom. On the first floor, a broad sumptuous master bedroom, with a private balcony and panoramic view; the suite includes a walk-in closet, studio, and en suite bathroom. There is also a second bedroom.
On the second floor the hallway, sitting room, and two large bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms; from here it is possible to access the attic room consisting of a large bedroom, bathroom, and walk-in closet. Roof-terrace with a breathtaking panoramic view.
Besides the garden, the villa boasts a broad park with a rose garden, century-old trees, fruit trees, and Mediterranean scrub. The swimming pool is perfectly organized and it is set in a scenic location. Several parking spaces are available inside the property.
In the whole Riviera, Camogli is one of the most unique locations: it kept up the ancient maritime Ligurian tradition over the centuries. Camogli literally means house (“Ca”) of wives (“mogli”), referring to all sailors’ wives waiting at home for their husbands coming back from the sea.
Camogli is located on the western side of Mount Portofino, and it is considered one of the most evocative villages in all Tigullio Gulf.
The majority of Mount Portofino belongs to Camogli territory, while the facing waters are part of Portofino’s marine protected area.
San Fruttuoso di Camogli (a very famous location with its medieval abbey) and Portofino are reachable in few minutes by a small ferry.
Italian and international trekking lovers give the evocative hike from Camogli to Portofino its deserved fame.