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Portofino

Listed under Seaside Towns in Liguria, Italy.

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Even though tourism in Portofino is growing, the small fishing town retains much of its character and charm. It seems that the waterfront is the place to be, with old customs and new faces (American bars, for example) creating a friendly, vibrant atmosphere. Castello Brown, a 16th century castle, and Divo Martino, and 11th century church, are two of the top tourist attractions, but a simple walk around the small town will show you much more. It’s also home to a number of super expensive boutique and luxury hotels – a chic and charming resort for chic and charming people

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Written by  Sarah Clise.

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