Rapallo is a municipality of 29.221 inhabitants located in the Genoa province in the Italian region of Liguria in Northern Italy.
It has a population density of 869 people per km² and an altitude of 5 metres above the sea level.
Rapallo accounts for about 3.49% of the total population in the province of Genoa and about 0.04849% of the overall population of Italy as of 2022.
Rapallo boasts scenic coastlines, historic buildings, and a vibrant seaside ambiance.
The town's history is tied to its maritime past.
Rapallo features picturesque shores, ancient architecture, and a lively coastal atmosphere.
Its history is intertwined with its maritime heritage.
Rapallo is classified as a Climate Zone D, which means it is a temperate town by Italian standards.
The local climate is characterized by short, mild winters with hot and somewhat windy summers and overall little precipitation.
The province of Genoa experiences on average 42.79 days of hot temperatures (over 30°C) and 2.71 cold temperature days (<5°C) per year.
Precipitation in the form of rain or snow occurs around 88.68 days per year. Fog is rarely an issue, with little to no foggy days throughout the year.
The municipality of Rapallo enjoys approximately 7.5 hours of sunshine per day. This means that the town experiences an average of 304.17 sunny days in a year.
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