Naturalist Tours

Venice is the most enchanting and fascinating city in the world, in the evening at dusk as the moon is reflected in the waters of the canals, or at dawn when the early light illuminates its red roofs. Venice is immersed in the water, built on the water, and water is its vital element.

The Venetian lagoon, formed almost six thousand years ago, is one of the largest in the Mediterranean. It has developed a rich vegetation and a multitude and variety of animal species. To experience its beauty you must go out to the islands that, like a beautiful mosaic, compose the estuary of Venice.

In this section, we recommend that you leave mass tourism behind you and dedicate yourself to exploring the natural landscapes that will reveal the true essence of the city.

These itineraries are complementary to the inestimable artistic legacy of Venice, and can offer a day of sports, fun, tranquility and relaxation, surrounded by nature, for a unique experience that is physically beneficial.

There are places to be visited on foot, others by means of Actv public transportation, or better yet renting a bicycle or a boat. Discover the nature reserves, the marshlands, the fishermen, immersed in a silence that will hardly seem natural.

Excursions on sailboats or in kayaks, bicycle tours, nature walks and trekking, cruises on public transportation or on traditional boats, golf and horseback riding.

We will accompany you on nature walks, from hidden beaches to islands of meditation.

 

  • A journey through the garden of Venice and Lazzaretto Nuovo

    A journey through the garden of Venice and the New Lazaretto Saint Erasmus for centuries has been considered the garden of Venice, where Venetians produced delicious fruits and vegetables due…

  • Cycling to Pellestrina

    Fishermen Island Pellestrina is a charming island in the lagoon south of Venice, longer than 10 km. It is a miniature Venice, with short, narrow streets and squares, a small…

  • Discovering Veneto’s Villas with Burchiello

    Navigate with the Burchiello Every year, from March to early November, do you can do a Burchiello cruise along the Riviera del Brenta from Padua or from Venice.. The excursion…

  • San Francesco del Deserto

    The island of the ┬áSan Francesco del Deserto is a minor island located in the Venetian lagoon, between the islands of Burano and Sant'Erasmo. The name San Francesco del Deserto…

  • Sant’Elena island

    Gardens of Sant'Elena island can be a pleasant surprise for tourists in need of quiet and rest. Many local joggers also come to this remote residential area for a relaxing…

  • Two beads of Venice: Lido and Malamocco

    Two pearls of Venice: Lido and Malamocco The Lido dubbed the golden isle, is a thin strip of land intended as a "dam" natural , originally used to separate the…

  • Venice on bragozzo, galeone and barca a vela

    Venice with bragozzo, galleon or sailing boat Another way to see Venice is to get on a boat and get carried around the lagoon and its islands. An alternative tourism,…

  • Walking around San Servolo and San Lazzaro degli Armeni

    Walking through San Servolo and San Lazzaro degli Armeni Two islands of pristine beauty, almost surreal, all located in the southern lagoon of Venice. Two islands of tranquility, steeped in…