A stay at Splendido offers up the best of the Ligurian Riviera. Enjoy lazy days by the pool, celebrated cuisine and enchanting views of the turquoise Mediterranean. What’s more, every twist and turn of Portofino offers up opportunities for adventure, from aquatic thrills to historical exploration.
Visit La Portofinese Eco-Farm
Venture high onto the protected Mount of Portofino, just a short drive away with private transfer, to visit the verdant grounds of a self-sufficient eco-farm.
Discover tranquil olive groves, beehives and flourishing vineyards jutting towards the scenic Cala degli Inglesi. After exploring, enjoy a tasty picnic in a panoramic spot and feast on homemade focaccia, local Parma ham, salami, fresh fruits, farm-to-table vegetable pies, the farm’s own honey and cheese, craft beer and white wine.
Or taste these delicacies at a table prepared especially for you among the only vineyards with charming sea views in the area.
Our Cinque Terre tours uncover the best of this famous UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of Italy’s most precious treasures.
Five picturesque villages—Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore—are linked by a coastal path that winds through vineyards, sandy beaches and mesmerising rocky seascapes.
Explore the wonders of the Riviera aboard a kayak with our suggested itineraries.
Journey to Portofino’s lighthouse by night; paddle to Olivetta, walking to the lighthouse for an aperitif; or kayak along the coast and discover an authentic 18th-century Ligurian mill, where you can relax with a sumptuous lunch.
Wine Tasting with a View
Bike along the beautiful Portofino coast and uncover the legends of this breathtaking region. Arrive at the vineyard of La Portofinese. No ordinary venue, this is the only vineyard in Portofino where you can gaze over the glittering Ligurian Sea as you sip a locally produced wine.
Join us in the harbour for a scenic stroll. Climb up a series of steps to the Church of San Giorgio and gaze across the stunning Parco Regionale di Portofino, a protected region stretching from Camogli to Rapallo.
Savour the scenery, then continue on to the grand and imposing Castello Brown. It was once home to British Consul, Montague Yeats Brown.