[pawr-tuh-fee-noh, pohr-; Italian pawr-taw-fee-naw]
- a village in NW Italy, SE of Genoa: tourist resort.
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Everything changed with the success of his first novel, Portofino, in 1992.Frank Schaeffer, the Atheist Who Believes in God
August 3, 2014
She described the entire seclusion of their life at Portofino.
The rumor had preceded her arrival that Marsham had been very much "smitten" with her amid the pine woods of Portofino.
Up over the mountain of Portofino winds the road in genuine mountain fashion though beautifully graded and kept.Italian Highways and Byways from a Motor Car
They walked together to the tiny fishing village of Portofino, along the most beautiful road in Italy.Swirling Waters
In the summer the path from Portofino is pleasant enough, but at any other time it is almost impassable.Florence and Northern Tuscany with Genoa