Panificio Canale

City of
Pisa


Pisa has much more to offer. Visiting the Italian Riviera, there are plenty of smaller, lesser-known places offering unrivalled scenery.


Maartje Diepstraten

Maartje Diepstraten

Pisa has much more to offer. Visiting the Italian Riviera, there are plenty of smaller, lesser-known places offering unrivalled scenery.

 

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In the beautiful, petite and picturesque village of Portofino, Liguria, you don’t really have to look for discoveries. Just go there and enjoy the lovely Portofino harbour views.

Nevertheless there are always places that stand out, such as the – over a hundred years old – bakery, Panificio Canale near the harbour. If you‚re on a carb diet: don’t go. This bakery has one of the most scrumptious focaccia bread you‚ve ever had, sold by weight, topped with olive oil, herbs and, for the real dare devil, cheese. Lots of it.

Did you know focaccia is originally from Liguria? In the Middle Ages it was made by shaping dough into a flat round shape and cooking it on a hot stone. It was eaten only in the morning, dipped in cappuccino.

And there’s more where that came from: on the top shelves of Panificio Canale you‚ll find several typical Ligurian dishes that go with a short story told by the owner.

Panificio Canale
Via Roma 30, Portofino, Italy

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