Our second stop along the Italian Riviera was the coastal town of Nervi. Nervi is a former fishing village 12 miles Northwest of Portofino and is 7 km east of central Genoa. Although not conducive for swimming; due to the large rocks and sometimes rough waves, it is perfect for sun bathing, food and sight seeing.
Nervi is home to four significant museums; the Galleria d'Arte Moderna, the Raccolte Frugone, the Wolfsoniana and Museo Giannettino Luxoro. Its most famous attraction is the Passeggiata Anita Garibaldi, a 2 km walkway along the ocean cliffs. Another attraction is the Parchi di Nervi, a park of about 22 acres (9 hectares) created from the gardens of the Villa Grimaldi, Villa Gropallo, and Villa Serra.
Nervi is also home to several clothing and fashion outlets.
Salmon egg with Pasta
Octopus and sweet potatoes