Villa Rosmarino is located on Mount Portofino, a protected area that stretches out into the open sea, a natural border between the Golfo Paradiso and Golfo del Tigullio.
The Mount is a regional park of great natural interest where sea, rocks and vegetation merge perfectly to create unforgettable scenery.
The Mount rises just above Camogli, one of the most famous and enchanting fisherman’s village in Liguria.
Since early centuries, Camogli has been one of the most romantic fisherman’s villages in the Mediterranean Sea. The fortified town erects itself over the Golfo Paradiso at the foot of the Mount Portofino. Its traditional tall multicoloured houses are homes to ancient sea traditions and it’s been called since the last century “The town of the thousand tall ships.
The traditional colours of the house are always warm, in contrasting shades but never garish: ochre and beige dominate, with splashes of burgundy and burnished red. Camogli is also a favourite gourmet attraction for those looking for the true flavours of regional italian cuisine.