The Lidi Ferraresi are characterized by a position of excellence that allows you to spend a holiday at sea using many other cultural opportunities .

The Po Delta Park allows tourists to enjoy the wonderful natural spectacles and spend whole days in contact with nature.

Many excursions are possible with various departures from the shores of Comacchio to explore by bicycle, horse and boat the wonderful Po Delta Park.

Comacchio

Comacchio

The Little Venice

Comacchio is the most original and fascinating historic town in the Po Delta. Heir to ancient Spina, fought over by Ferrara and Ravenna, Popes and Emperors for centuries, its origins go far back: it rose up on 13 islets at the dawn of the Middle Ages and founded its urban and economic development exclusively on the water. Fishing, fish-breeding in the lagoon and producing salt were the source of its prosperity and also of its setbacks as they brought it into conflict with Venice. Today, Coma ...

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Po Delta Park

The Valli di Comacchio

OPENING TIMES: Excursions by motorboat (from March to November) Daily: 9.00, 11.00, 15.00, 17.00. Reservation required: tel. 340 2534267. PRICES Adult: euro 11,00. Groups (over 25 people) euro 9,00 a head, Schools and Children (6-18 years) euro 7,00. Free Up to age 6 Although land reclamation has reduced their size, the marshes are still one of the largest lagoon systems in Italy. They cover an area of more than 11,000 hectares between Comacchio and the river Reno and are connected to t ...

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Pomposa

Pomposa

Abbey of Pomposa

A masterpiece of Romanesque art, Pomposa Abbey can be seen from a distance with its towering campanile, which dominates the surrounding countryside like a "lighthouse" in the sea of green that surrounds it. To church was founded in the 6th century A.D. and from the middle of the 9th century the first community of Benedictine monks began to form, reaching its peak after the year 1000, when the Abbot’s spiritual and political jurisdiction extended over all the surrounding villages. ...

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Mesola

Este Castle of Mesola

The most important building in the village is certainly the massive and elegant hunting castle built by the last Duke of Ferrara, Alfonso II during the second half of the XVIth century. It was the last of the so-called "delizie" (delights) of the Este family. It was meant to provide hospitality for the court during the hunting season, but the entire complex was surrounded by fortification walls with towers. The castle, which stood on the western side of the entire complex, still dominates the vi ...

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Mesola
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