Hinterland of Romagna
BETWEEN BEAUTY AND QUIET
Comacchio is a lagoon city that belongs to the province of Ferrara (Emilia-Romagna). It is called the "little Venice" due to its canals forming a web of alleys and shops. Its culinary delicacies are pumpkin and parmesan focaccia and marinated eel.
Also famous is the "Trepponti" or "Ponte Pallotta", built in 1638 with a triple arch, it is the most representative monument of the city. In Comacchio there is a museum that contains a large archaeological heritage from the protohistoric and medieval times (Museo del Delta Antico del Po). There is a section dedicated to the Etruscan city of Spina and another section that houses the Roman ship of Comacchio.