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By car
A12 motorway,
Chiavari exit.


By train
Chiavari railway station.


By plane

Genoa Cristoforo Colombo Airport – 48 km

Pisa Galileo Galilei
Airport – 131 km

Milan Malpensa
Airport – 214 km.



The coastline of Riviera di Levante boasts an extraordinary series of towns with a number of points of interest often overlooked by normal tourist offerings. Chiavari is a perfect example and is well known for its rich ambience and calendar, starting with the Mercatino dell'Antiquariato, the monthly antiques market. Its richness is also demonstrated by the stark elegance of its churches and public buildings, from the cathedral – formerly the sanctuary of Nostra Signora dell’Orto – to Palazzo Rocca, a residence dating back to the 17th/18th century and now housing the Archaeological Museum and Civic Art Gallery. Tourism has flourished over the past century, leading to growth but without the urban sprawl seen elsewhere. In fact, the town boasts a charming array of villas and smaller residences built in an eclectic style in the 19th and 20th centuries, and often surrounded by beautiful gardens. And along the way, visitors have the chance to discover thousands of opportunities to try the area’s typical products, ranging from corzetti, a type of pasta with an inimitable form, to cheese from the upper valley, which can be found in the square at the Mercatino dei Sapori di Chiavari, a market food and wine from various Italian Regions, held at the end of every month.

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