Ready for a dip in the sea? Spend a day with VANNI exploring the secret corners of our beautiful Italy. We’re at the third stop on our tour of places far from the famous tourist destinations, in pursuit of the essence of good, simple Italian living—best seen through a pair of VANNI glasses.
#Camogli is a tiny fishing town that faces out onto the
Ligurian sea, adorning the same landscape as the better-known Portofino.
The town was built onto the steep cliffside centuries ago, and is characterized by multicoloured houses constructed vertically (some buildings are up to ten stories tall). Like in Burano, the different colour of each house front helped the fishermen returning home from their expeditions to recognize their dwellings, even from a distance.