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Located in Comacchio, 31 mi from Rosolina Mare, Villa Cavour provides a garden and free WiFi. Very spacious and clean, all new. Within walking distance of all the restaurants and free parking was very near. The beach is a short driving distance. The salt lagune is also in driving distance and full of flamingoes.
Overlooking the main canal of Comacchio, Al Ponticello offers rooms and apartments with air conditioning and free Wi-Fi. It is ideal for excursions in Delta del Po Regional Park. Staff was really lovely, the hotel itself was very nice, super clean and very nice arranged ☺️
B&B La Pitagora is located a few steps from Comacchio’ Bellini Palace and ponte dei Sisti Bridge. WiFi is free at the property. All rooms come air conditioning, satellite TV. A wonderful location. Could walk to everywhere in the historic area. As with most properties in the historic area, you have to park your car a couple blocks away and then walk. To save yourself from the trouble,
Located in Comacchio in the Emilia-Romagna region, B&B Dal Marinaio has a garden. The property features garden views and is 3.1 mi from Lido degli Estensi. Nice place in general, comfortable and very clean place and room with attention to details. Owner is very professional. Nice patio where you can relax. Good breakfast.
Set in its garden surrounded by the countryside, Residenza le Saline is just 0.6 mi from the coast and its beaches. It offers self-catering accommodations with air conditioning. Great place for relaxing in a natural environment and for birdwatching. The owners were very helpful and caring and gave us great suggestions for activities. Nice bike trips to Comacchio, to the beach and the Saline.
Charming town with very interesting sites. A wonderful museum with archeological finds, including among others, roman articles found in a sunken ship. The city center reminded me of Venice at a smaller scale because of the canals an bridges, perfect for a great walk. Great food too!
The town is steeped in Italian History and culture with a predominantly Fishing based economy. Comacchio prides itself as one of the preeminent Eel fishing spots in the world, not that I am a particular fan of Eels but I do like them BBQ'd from time to time. There is also a fishing port nearby (Port Garibaldi) and it was fun seeing the boats coming in from a night of fishing and selling their catch.
Lovely place which had a busking festival on when we were there. Restaurants can be a bit pricey but there are cheaper take away options in neighbouring towns. The town itself is cute with lovely bricked bridges and canals.
Well placed by a canal, no traffic noise, within a short walk of shops and restaurants We ate at a restaurant Vasco e Giulia, after picking up a card at the B&B. It was excellent, and one of the few open off-season
Very interesting with the canals and the former grand eel fishing industry and its history. Restaurants are good but dont go there on a Monday as it is hard to find anything open Monday night in October. Very easy to walk whole town as it is small.
A living town with the appearance of having a limited tourist presence and no overt tourist related commercialism. Home to a unique and fragile ecosystem with the Po delta surrounding an untouched and thoroughly charming town complete with its own network of canals. The town's history is closely linked to its Anguille (eel) fishing, grilling, curing and canning past and a visit to the museum is a must.
Very spacious and clean, all new. Within walking distance of all the restaurants and free parking was very near. The beach is a short driving distance. The salt lagune is also in driving distance and full of flamingoes.