I Tre Merli Locanda

Address: Via al Porto, 47/2, 16032 Camogli , Camogli, Italian Riviera, 16032, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Via al Porto, 47/2, 16032 Camogli , Camogli, is near Abbazia di San Fruttuoso, Santuario di Montallegro, Castle of Montallegro, and Golfo Paradiso.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsI Tre Merli Locanda Camogli

      Reviewed by markandbrenda

      A day in Camogli

      Reviewed Jul 29, 2012
      by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

      Beautiful little fishing village. Plenty of English spoken to make it easier. Hotel lovely, all staff so friendly, very clean. Breakfast outside looking right at the fishing boats and the day ferry. Walk 2 minutes and lay your towel down and go for a swim, perfect setting. Heaps of restaurants along the waterfront to choose from.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews I Tre Merli Locanda Camogli

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Camogli

      Cinque Terre or Cinque Terror

      A travel blog entry by 888hours on Aug 11, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... the potential quality of the meal. When it arrives all doubts vanish. Great pasta but more importantly a huge serve of Lobster. We are in heaven. Can Camogli get any better?

      Tuesday 12 August 2014

      Today we decide to visit the five towns that make up the Cinque Terre region of the Italian Riviera. We take the train down to the last port, Riomaggiore, where Julie has convinced me to do one leg of the walk. She reads out of the guide book that it ...

      Step 2 - Picturesque Cinque Terra

      A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Jul 12, 2013

      4 comments, 67 photos

      ... but several were closed because of massive landslides in 2011, and other than the trek from Vernazza to Manarola - which was along the coast - the rest took us up into the hills behind the towns - but still with wonderful views of the coast throughout.

      Although the towns are filled with tourists in the summer, they somehow manage to retain their small town charm and friendliness. It is definitely on my list of "must return tos" soon!


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      The Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by gtlr on May 15, 2013

      9 photos

      ... was cute was all the local kids bikes, scooters & trikes chained to the piazza fence. As the village is set into a steep cliffside this is the only place to use your bike etc. mind you Geoff thoughts skateboard would be fun, you could fly down the path straight into the water!!! Geoff & the kids went down to the waters edge while I walked up through the rest of the village.

      Back on the train for three ...

      Pisa, Cinque Terre, Lucca

      A travel blog entry by nancypatout on Jul 11, 2012

      18 photos

      ... the Field of Miracles and to take the obligatory picture pretending to hold up the tower. We didn't get a chance to go to the church because it didn't open until 10:00 and we were long gone by then. Before we left, we went to the McDonalds to get a snack (and use the bathroom), and dad got a free espresso! (we're still not sure why) After Pisa, we continued driving up the coast to the Cinque Terre, which is five towns along the Ligurian ...

      Another Day In Paradise

      A travel blog entry by marty387 on Sep 13, 2011

      4 photos

      Today was an extra day we had purposely built into our visit to Santa Margherita. We didn't have any set plans. After breakfast we caught the local bus for a 2 mile ride to the town of Rapallo. We had two reasons for doing so. First and foremost we needed additional Euros. Not everyone in Italy is willing to accept credit cards. Carolyn has a Bank America card and it's sister bank here is ...