The most famous Venetian “regatante”(woman who rowing) is Maria Boscola da Marina. She won the first race when she was very young in 1740 and the last one in 1784 well forty-four years later, in what was the last regatta in which women participated before the fall of the Serenissima Republic.
E mi me ne so ‘ndao is a Venetian folk song that dates back to the 17th century. Let yourself be lulled by these notes on your journey to discover places out of the ordinary.
The Mulberry tree is the symbol of Certosa Island’s Park. This tree, a majestic exemplary unique in the Lagoon of Venice, is the king of the island. As for all kings also for the tree of the Certosa there is a story to tell.
When in 1999 the Malerba family took over the property of Villa Alberti, they found a surprise in the historic park to welcome [...]
The pumpkin of Chioggia, called zucca marina, is a delicacy of the gastronomic tradition of the Lagoon of Venice. The pumpkin of Chioggia [...]
Today we bring you to the discovery of the places of Hemingway to live an unforgettable experience of birdwatching. The careful observation, the exciting [...]
An incentive day - team building on Certosa Island. Teaming up within a company? Sharing experiences outside the work environment? Testing yourself to harmonize [...]
Chioggia is known as the "little Venice". Situated on the extreme southern edge of the Lagoon of Venice, Chioggia is suspended between the sea [...]
Bike tours in the Lagoon of Venice There are many ways to discover the Lands of Venice. By bike, by boat and on [...]