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 Chiavari Apartment Vacation Home

Vacation Home Caccamo 18 Photos
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350 € - 400 €
Sicily › Palermo › Caccamo
1-7 People, 3 Bedroom, 60 m² Living Space, Garden 500 m, Construction Year 2012, Renovation 2012
Child-Friendly, Wheelchair-Equipped, Air-Conditioning, Internet, TV - Active Holidays

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16043 Chiavari
700 € - 750 €
Liguria › Genoa › Chiavari
1-5 People, 2 Bedroom, 80 m² Living Space, Garden 60 m², Construction Year 1970, Renovation 2010
Child-Friendly - Active Holidays

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1 € - 800 €
Liguria › Genoa › Chiavari
1-5 People, 2 Bedroom, 70 m² Living Space, Construction Year 1970, Renovation 2014
Directly on the Water, Child-Friendly, Internet, TV - Active Holidays

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400 € - 850 €
Liguria › Genoa › Chiavari
1-8 People, 2 Bedroom, 120 m² Living Space, Construction Year 1970, Renovation 2012
Child-Friendly, Pets Allowed, Internet, TV - Active Holidays

Large apartment in the downtown close to shops and restaurants. The rail station and the beaches are 5 minutes walk in a flat area.

Chiavari: 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 gulf. Among the main cities in Liguria, the town once known as Clavarium ("key to the valleys") on the alluvial plain formed by the River Entella and it is in a favourable position for communication with the Po valley area. Chiavari is a quiet and welcoming town but also a bathing resort and centre for nautical sports. In the heart of the old town, porticoed Via Martiri della Liberazione has retained its vocation for commerce: this is the ancient "straight alley" which became the most representative street of the bourgeoisie in the mid-fourteenth century. Some very old handicraft activities still survive in Chiavari - the production of "campanino" chairs and macramé lace-making, which can be admired in the little antiques market that is open on the second week-end of every month in the old town streets.
Chiavari is also well known for its leisure port which can berth about 450 boats