Porto Paradiso is a seaside village in Italy.
Built around the Mediterranean Harbor, Porto Paradiso is an Italian village resembling Venice and Portofino. The town is home to Fortress Explorations, the central headquarters of the Society of Explorers and Adventurers. Because of this, the Society controls many of the prominent locations of Porto Paradiso, from the Museum of Fantastic Flight to Magellan's Lounge.
Porto Paradiso is a harborside village, and gondolas are, naturally, employed to carry villagers and guests across the water. The Society of Explorers and Adventurers own a ship, the Renaissance, which is kept docked beside Fortess Explorations. Fishing boats are also present in the harbor, and fishing likely makes up much of the village's economy.
The village is home to a great many restaurants, including such locations as Cafe Portofino, the Zambini Brothers' Ristorante, and Gondolier's Snacks. It is also home to many shops, including such locations as the Emporio, Fotografica, and Nicolo's Workshop. Hotel MiraCosta is the village's only hotel.
The village was the home of famed aviator Camellia Falco, who inherited the Museum of Fantastic Flight from her parents in 1850 and managed it until her death in 1875.
Behind the scenes Edit
Porto Paradiso is the village represented by the land known as Mediterranean Harbor at Tokyo DisneySea, which was opened in 2001.