Comacchio is a pearl in the Ferrara area, a small lagoon town rich in architectural, artistic and historical treasures. It was founded in the heart of the Po Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is spread over several islands made up of canals and bridges.
If you want to visit Comacchio enjoying a beautiful day in the open air without being locked up in some museum we have what you need!
The monuments, the streets and the most unmissable views of Comacchio for those who want to visit it during the day, enjoy it and live it in all its splendor.
Absolutely not to be missed:
the Trepponti Bridge, or more precisely the Pallotta Bridge (1638), certainly one of the most characteristic elements of Comacchio;
the Old Fish Market, on the corner of Via della Pescheria, a place often used for temporary exhibitions;
Ponte degli Sbirri or Ponte della Ca', this bridge is especially famous because it offers a magical view of the Trepponti, perfect for souvenir photos and Instagram profiles;
Ospedale degli Infermi, a neoclassical structure, a beautiful architectural exponent of the second half of the eighteenth century;
Civic Tower, a tower rebuilt in the early 1800s on the basis of an ancient fourteenth-century tower;
Loggia del Grano, of the seventeenth century, the work of the famous architect Giovan Battista Aleotti;
Cathedral of San Cassiano and its Bell Tower,
Loggiato dei Cappuccini, 143 arches supported by 143 columns create a very picturesque game of views;
Manifattura dei Marinati, where eels caught in the Comacchio Valleys are processed and marinated. This is a building that can be visited and is very interesting for those who wish to get to know the world of Comacchio and its inhabitants a little more closely.