Jewel of the Riviera di Levante is San Fruttuoso di Camogli,
a small inlet on the Portofino promontory,
completely enwrapped by the sea and the land,
reachable on foot or by sea, via the panoramic paths that extend along the mountain,
or by sea, starting from Camogli.
Ruta di Camogli is located along the stretch of via Aurelia between Recco and Rapallo, it has a small group of houses along the hill and is one of the starting points for the itineraries of Portofino Nature Park. From here, along the only road open to vehicles, you can reach Portofino Vetta, one of the most popular access points to the paths of the Park, or you can reach the nearby San Rocco di Camogli, another starting point for numerous itineraries.
The main points of interest in Ruta are the Millenary Church and the panoramic walkway to San Rocco di Camogli from which, especially for photography enthusiasts, wonderful panoramic views open out before you.
Perched on the hills of Camogli, overlooking the sea, stands the small village of San Rocco,
a place rich in history and famous above all for the very picturesque view
over the entire Ligurian coast up to Capo Mele.
San Rocco is the ideal destination for those who want to spend a romantic evening
in the name of relaxation, sipping an aperitif or enjoying a dinner
with a breathtaking view of the horizon and the Golfo Paradiso,
as well as being the starting point for the numerous itineraries in the Portofino Nature Park.