Chioggia is a small Adriatic peninsular area,
halfway between Venice and Ferrara. It create with Sottomarina (that is the city direct on the sea) a
unique urban center
thanks to a piece of land that acts as a bridge between the 2 cities, that is named “Isola dell’Unione”.
People know Chioggia also as “Small Venice” because it has urban characteristics very similar with
with the difference that is possible to travel by cars.
Famous people have also been hosted in the city, for example Carlo Goldoni, remembered for one
of his most important works “Le Baruffe Chiozzotte”
It is a good starting point to visit:

  • Venice
  • Murano Burano and Torcello islands
  • Pellestrina
  • Cà Roman
  • Padua
  • Ferrara

Don’t miss:

  • “El mercà del zioba”

that is the market, every thursday morning in Chioggia,where you’ll find every type of article that is cloths, food, flowers and much more

  • “Il Palio della Marciliana”

popular festival that takes place in June with a series of events to remember the city of the Middle

  • “The fish market”

every day in Chioggia except on Monday, from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm