Fishing boats at San Remo, Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia
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San Remo

Watch from the shore as San Remo's fishing boats return home each day with a fresh load of seafood. The gateway to Phillip Island and a popular holiday destination, this authentic fishing village is the perfect getaway for seafood lovers, keen fisherfolk and for those looking to enjoy Phillip Island's many natural attractions.

Fresh is best
Snap up fresh fish and seafood at San Remo Fisherman's Cooperative, or dine out at a local hotel and have it served up in true gourmet style. Cast a line off the jetty or, for some serious ocean angling, join a fishing charter and head out to sea.

History beckons
Walk in the footsteps of the island's early inhabitants on a stroll along the cliffs from San Remo to Kilcunda on the George Bass Coastal Walk. Take detours to deserted beaches and bays, passing by Quarry Rocks where stone was quarried to build banks and business chambers in Melbourne.

Local flair
Soak up the village atmosphere in local cafes and restaurants, check out the craftsmanship of local jewellers, or snag yourself a bargain at the monthly markets. Choose from a range of accommodation, from local hotel rooms to resort-style indulgence.

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