|Camogli is a small Italian fishing village and tourist resort located in the province of Genoa on the Italian Riviera.
The name has a double meaning in Italian. The first translation, "houses close together," is apparent when you stroll through the town's narrow streets, which are lined by tall columns of pastel-colored homes.
The second meaning, "houses of wives," is not so obvious; it refers to the sea captains, sailors & fishermen's wives, who traditionally spent their time at home while their husbands were out at sea. Camogli has 5,700 inhabitants.