Welcome to Portovenere
represents a site included in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List.
The town of Porto Venere rises at the southern end of a peninsula, which, detaching itself from the indented coast line of the Ligurian coast of Levante, forms the western bank of the Gulf of La Spezia, also called"Gulf of Poets".
At the end of this peninsula there are three small islands: Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto.
The picturesque seaside village is located in one of the breasts of the west coast of the Gulf of La Spezia.
Coming from Porto Venere, the first of these breasts is called Cala dell'oliva, it follows another that takes its name from a monastery of Olivetan monks,
the sanctuary of Our Lady of Grace.
The village is situated in an inlet on the western side of the Gulf of La Spezia, at the base of the mountain Castellana.
Fezzano is the first hamlet of the municipality of Porto Venere that meets on the only road that runs along the coast.
Located in front of the village of Porto Venere,
from which it is separated by a narrow stretch of sea called Le Bocche, is part of an archipelago also constituted by the islands of Tino and Tinetto.
A journey back in time
In collaboration with
Pro Loco Porto Venere
G. Bastreri Square, 7 19025
Porto Venere (SP)
Open All day
Closed on wednesday