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A small harmonious city - with in addition the gentle, relaxing and at the same time majestic presence of the sea. Chiavari is a real gem shining splendidly at the very heart of the Tigullio. The spectrum of stimuli offered by Chiavari is certainly broad. The old town throngs with things to see. These range from the Palazzi Torriglia and Rocca to the 15th century court-house, from the palace of the black porticoes, with its Gothic arches, to the church of San Giovanni Battista, and from the Madonna delle Grazie church to the neo-classical Chatedral wich contains numerous 17th century canvases and a valuable wooden group by Maragliano.
Then, of course, there is the promenade and the beach: Chiavari the bathing resort in its young and summery attire. Life here is quiet but not provincial. It is a place where one can calmly enjoy holiday rituals: the stroll along the sea front; the fascination of medieval porticoes lined with shops which turn shopping into a pleasarable adventure; the discreet and truly noble elegance of tranquil avenues bordered by the luxurious gardens of old villas. If you choose it as a base you will find yourself at the very centre of a veritable natural spectacle: the Tigullio. In other words, the sea and the surrounding countryside. And indeed Chiavari offers a tasty helping of both. With its pleasure boat harbour and its hills clad with characteristic olive-groves, it forms a particularly successful and pleasant compendium of everything that this strip of land so blessed by nature and beautified by man has to offer. The pleasure boat harbour is the most obvious symbol of Chiavari's tourist facilities which, in terms of quality, quantity and variety are more than enough to fully satisfy its guests, whatever type of holiday they wish to enjoy.

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