Tucked between Genoa and the Cinque Terre, Camogli is a charming fishing village that welcomes visitors with its authentic Italian allure. The seafront promenade, adorned with colorful houses and fishing boats, invites leisurely strolls while savoring the scent of the salty sea breeze. The medieval Castle Dragonara, perched on the cliffs, offers panoramic vistas of the picturesque bay. Camogli is renowned for its gastronomy, particularly the local specialty, “focaccia col formaggio,” a delectable cheese-stuffed focaccia. For adventure seekers, hiking trails lead to the San Rocco Church and beyond, rewarding with stunning views of the Ligurian coast. With its laid-back atmosphere and genuine charm, Camogli promises an enchanting escape into the heart of the Italian Riviera.