A small municipality in the Olympic Valleys bordering with Monginevro, located in the Via Lattea district, has a population of approximately 200 people, at 1760 metres above sea level. The village was completely destroyed during the Second World War, except for the Duomo, which has a Gothic, 15th century portal.
The main source of livelihood is tourism: ski resorts in Winter, jumping ramp, ice skating rink, and in summer you can make use of of the nine-hole golf course, as well as tennis courts and swimming pools.
The Monti della Luna chairlifts connect Claviere to Cesana, while the cross-country ski run connects Claviere to Montgenèvre.
You can reach the top of the Chaberton by a path with panoramic views, which starts from the village.
In 2014, they installed the longest Tibetan bridge in Europe, overlooking the San Gervasio Gorge.