The activity is structured in two parts: the first one by row (with the ancient technique of Venetian rowing), the second one with the aid of a small electric motor, therefore non-polluting, to reach an natural area of pristine beauty.
We start from the Certosa island, where we get on a typical Venetian boat (sanpierota), on which you learn the rudiments of the art of Venetian rowing. Go along the canal between the islands of Certosa and Vignole, surrounded by the green of the lush vegetation characterizing the two islands.
We will then arrive in the open lagoon where we switch to using the electric motor, whereby, following the famous bricole (poles stuck on the lagoon) dotting the lagoon, we head towards the island of St. Erasmo. From there we reach the area of the barene (flat islands), surrounded by the most typical nature, where among others you can see egrets and cormorants.
A unique way to get a taste of authentic Venetian life!
It doesn’t deal with a particularly binding physical activity, therefore it is accessible to whoever: men, women and children (+ 12 years old)
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