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  • A day in Colourful Camogli!
    Atreya Mathur
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  • Camogli
    Camogli
    Incredible coastOff the beaten track! No crowd.
    After visiting several cities in Italy, the least touristy place on or trip was Camogli, a beautiful town in the lingurian coast, north of Clinique Terre! With some of the most spectacular views I was quite taken aback how this little city wasn’t mapped for other tourists!
  • Italy
    Italy
    This lesser known Italian Riviera Gem had become a must visit destination for me after watching the Steve Coogan series, “The Trip to Italy” and I was so excited to be on my way here!
  • Italian Riviera
    Italian Riviera
    What I loved was that it perfectly small to not be crowded yet also popular enough to attract tourists from all over the world! It was bright, beautiful and welcoming to us all!
  • Camogli
    Camogli
    I have only fond memories of Camogli, with its beautiful not too sandy beaches, warm waves, winding roads, gorgeous narrow streets and colourful buildings!
  • Camogli
    Camogli
    Laying on the beachSailing the Italian waves!
    Besides my favourite activity here which was literally just laying on the beach, sunbathing and relaxing on the warm golden-white sand, was to take an occasional dip in the cool water and sail away with the gentle sea breeze!
  • Camogli
    Camogli
    We also took a boat to visit San Fruttuoso which was a secluded monastery, but what was even more interesting were the statues submerged in the water that we got to see when we dived into the waters here!
  • Italy
    Italy
    Oh and from the top of the monastery we got the most beautiful views of Camogli. We could truly take in the beauty of the houses and waters and streets from up here! It was the perfect place to get some killer panoramic views of the village!
  • Camogli F.S.
    Camogli F.S.
    For me, one of the best parts of the San Fruttuoso trip was the ride on the boat because the views when leaving and approaching the land were so stunning and the little wind made the air temperature just the right amount of warm ☀️
  • Italy
    Italy
    Italy is known for its amazing food and this is exactly what we did during our time here. Italians know how to cook and made me with at least 3 more kilos when I left the country. Camogli is where I had the best focaccia in the prettiest restaurant!
  • Camogli
    Camogli
    Having a delicious meal while watching the sunset in Italy sounds like a dream. These views were surreal! The entire experience was indescribable. And grabbing a gelato in the evenings on the beach? It couldn’t get better..
  • Camogli
    Camogli
    One of the best parts of this region was that I could explore the entire village on foot. It was so tiny so that made it very easily walkable allowing us to enjoy the cute colourful buildings and ocean views 🌊
  • Camogli
    Camogli
    Camogli literally means ‘houses close to together’ and as I wandered the lanes I could see how it got it’s name..
  • Camogli
    Camogli
    What I really admired while strolling around the cute streets were the tall pastel coloured houses, many of which were decorated with trompe l’oeil features!
  • Camogli
    Camogli
    Besides walking around on foot, I was really happy that we rented out a car and drove around the linguinian coast which resulted in breathtaking, magical views of the coast where we stopped and let our cameras go wild!
  • Camogli
    Camogli
    It’s an absolutely wonderful place to stay for a few days. It’s a beautiful town and not nearly as busy as the more popular villages around the area.
  • Camogli
    Camogli
    I also really loved how friendly everyone around here was. It was so easy to find places to eat, and shop because everyone around helped us out! We got to know where to get the best views of the town with the help of the locals! ❤️
  • Camogli
    Camogli
    Camogli is beautifully summed up the most exotic parts of Italy. The blue waters, colourful houses against the backdrop of mountains along with delicious food? It had everything required for the perfect European vacation.
  • Camogli
    Camogli
    I always wonder how lucky the locals must be to wake up to views like this. These quaint little villages call out to me in ways a city never will. So entrancing and magical!
  • Camogli
    Camogli
    Another noticeable feature about the village was how it managed to retain that old school charm- the buildings, the people, the culture- while it had a modern touch, the charm of an old European city made it all the more welcoming.
  • Camogli
    Camogli
    I would say that camogli is one of those tiny villages where one would even want to be during the high peak tourist seasons as well..
  • Camogli
    Camogli
    It has the beautiful beaches, great food, nice buildings but doesn’t have the crowd of tourists that stand in the way to take gorgeous pictures and enjoy the scenic views!

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