It is the capital al the Tigullio Gull with approximately 30.0000 inhabitants.
It is lively town with its typical historical centre where it is possible to enjoy a unique atmosphere mixing together crowed areas,
like the daily market, and the more isolated corners like tiny mediaval squares.
The “Carruggio” the main lane, with its elegant medieval porticoes in black stone is the heart al Chiavari, here you can easily find many shops al every type.
Handicrafts activities like chair making (the Campanino Chairs) site working, hand made manufacturing, gastronomy,
the sea and the touristic harbour are part of its economy and a good reason to come and visit.
The best way to discover Chiavari is on foot, without forgetting the hilly inland so rich in olive groves and that can offer breathtaking views.
To see in Chiavari:
Historic Centre, Cathedral of Nostra Signora of Orto, Palace Rocca, Museum Archeologico of Tigullio, Quadreria of Palazzo Torriglia,
Pinacoteca Civica – Rapallo, Museum of Art Precolombiana, Museum Storico and Quadreria, Church of San Giovanni Battista.
To see around Chiavari:
Sanctuary of Madonna of Grazie, Sanctuary of Madonna of Olivo, Abby of Fieschi,
Lavagna, Sestri Levante, Zoagli, Santa Margherita Ligure, Portofino, Rapallo.