Comacchio is a charming town just 8 km from Camping Mare e Pineta. It is known for its lagoon architecture, canals, and unique landscapes.

Here is some key information about Comacchio:

  1. Comacchio Lagoon: Comacchio is famous for its lagoon, a vast wetland area dotted with canals, lakes and swamps. The lagoon is an important habitat for waterfowl and other wildlife.
  2. Trepponti: An icon of Comacchio is the “Trepponti”, an ancient three-arch bridge built in 1634. It is one of the distinctive symbols of the city and is often represented in photographs and works of art.
  3. Museums: Comacchio is home to several museums, including the Delta Antico Museum, and the Manifattura dei Marinati (Pickling Factory) Museum. These museums offer an interesting overview of the history and culture of the area.
  4. Eel fishing: the city is famous for its eel fishing tradition and is known as “Little Venice” because it is crossed by a network of canals, which make it a lagoon town. Local restaurants offer eel delicacies, including marinated eel and stewed eel.
  5. Beaches: Comacchio is located a few kilometres from the coast, making it an ideal destination for those who want a combination of culture and relax at the beach.
  6. Events and festivals: during the year, Comacchio hosts various traditional festivals and cultural events, including the Eel festival.
  7. Natural environment: in addition to the lagoon, Comacchio is surrounded by nature reserves, including the Po Delta Regional Park, which offers opportunities for excursions and wildlife observation.

Comacchio is a fascinating destination for those interested in history, lagoon culture and natural beauty. The city is known for its unique landscape and offers many opportunities to explore and discover its rich heritage.