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St. Agnes’ Gate was built in the 12th century. It is owned by the Municipality of Portogruaro. Various restorations have taken place over the centuries, from the 16th century onwards, when podestà Girolamo Zorzi had pavement laid down from the tower to the bishop’s palace. 

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The internal cycle path is ideal for discovering the pulsating life of the city in every moment of the day, the many commercial activities, bars, restaurants, and the greenery of Bosco Baseleghe.

At the same time, there are pedestrian paths where they can pass: manual wheelchairs, electric wheelchairs, and electric scooters.
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The ancient church of Fossalta, founded around the year 1000, was demolished in 1893. The new church was designed in 1892 by engineer Federico Berchet, followed by architect Domenico Rupolo, who completed the work.
The “domo de Fossalta” (Fossalta cathedral) was completed in 1896. There is still a great deal of work to finish and over the years the two large marble altars of the Holy Virgin of the Belt and of St. Biagio and the altar were placed in the lateral transepts.
The completion of the new main altar, also designed by Rupolo, completed the choir stalls and the upper part of the apse, right above the Lugugnana Canal, together with the construction of two lateral sacristies.


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Nowadays, going to a fairground is a bit like stepping into a time machine and suddenly finding yourself taken back to the years when playing outside was a totally absorbing experience for children.
Fairs are filled with spellbinding sensations. Children take away lifelong memories of the colourful lights, the music, and the sweet smell of chocolate and candy floss.
Are you on holiday in Bibione! Would you like to take your children to a fairground where they can have a whale of a time, just like you did when you were little? Luna Park Adriatico in Bibione is the place for you! It spans a huge 12,000 m² and you can take your pick from no fewer than 65 rides!
What will you find at the fairground?
There are rides for children of all ages. For little ones, there’s a traditional merry-go-round with horses, a little pirate ship, canoes, mini motorbikes, aeroplanes, a train, mini bumper cars, a slide and many more fun activities that kids can enjoy by themselves as their parents keep a close eye on them. Then there are the attractions for adults, such as flying cages, go-karts and (if you’re brave enough!) the fire bat. In addition, teenagers and adults can put their skills to the test at the target-shooting, hook-a-duck, wheel of fortune and ring tossing stands. Then there are attractions for people of all ages, such as the ghost train, big wheel, hall of mirrors and rollercoaster.
Where is it?
Luna Park Adriatico is in Piazza Mercato on Via del Sagittario. You can get there by walking along the main roads in the town. Alternatively, there’s a large car park for those who choose to drive there!
Promotions and contact details
On the Promotions page of the website (www.lunaparkadriatico.com), there are coupons that you can download, print, cut out and take to cash desks at the attractions to get money off.
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This was designed by the architect Balestra and was the property of the Mocenigo family until the eve of the First World War, then passing into the hands of the Mayer family from Trieste, to the Sinigallia and the Gandolfi. To the left of the entrance is a tall rice stack, powered by a wheel placed on an artificial canal, which is now no longer in use. Today the building is the property of the ATER, which has carried out extensive restoration and has transformed it into a private residence.

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The Apostolorum Maior Basilica, under the present cathedral, is part of the complex archaeological area of piazza Costantini. It was erected on the remains of warehouses linked to homes from the 1st century A.D. to house the reliquaries of several saints.

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The Museum was founded in 1885 and named the National Museum of Concordia to underline its close relationship with the nearby archaeological area of Concordia Sagittaria. It was headed by Dario Bertolini, who first organised the archaeological material in the building. Most of the materials are relics discovered between 1873 and 1882 in the vast archaeological area of Concordia Sagittaria; above all the burial site from the late Roman Age.

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The Church of St. Mark the Evangelist is situated in Corbolone, a hamlet of San Stino di Livenza. It is a fine treasure trove of precious works of art. The first stone was laid on 29th May 1514 and included the ancient Chapel of the Annunciation, built by the confraternity of the same name in 1459.
The church has a rectangular form with an apse and on the left side is the Chapel of the Annunciation. The facade is embellished by a rose window and on the sides there are two blind arches whose cornices are extended to the floor. The church contains an altar above which there are two black columns with a “Pietà”, created in 1585 by Benedetto Stefani from Verona.
On the main altar is the famous “Titian altarpiece”, showing St. Mark enthroned between St. Sebastian and St. Roch. The frescoes in the Chapel of the Annunciation are by G. Antonio de Sacchis, known as “il Pordenone”.

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Il Ristorante “Ai Casoni”, affacciato sulla grande laguna situata nei pressi di Porto Baseleghe, è in grado di offrire tradizione, storia, eleganza e fascino per ogni tipo di occasione…....un appuntamento unico che nessuno dovrebbe farsi mancare.
I casoni, tipica abitazione in legno costruita con canna palustre dei pescatori della laguna veneta, completano il fascino di uno straordinario paradiso naturale, rendendolo unico nel suo genere L’incanto dell’ambiente, immerso nella suggestività dei particolari profumi e colori, fu motivo d'ispirazione per pittori e poeti. I casoni, infatti, divennero mete preferite da Hemingway durante molti suoi soggiorni estivi.
L’ atmosfera, dalla luce morbida e rilassante, rende l’ambiente gradevolmente piacevole, situazione ideale per gustare piatti unici e raffinati, accompagnati dal sapore di ottimi vini della cultura regionale e nazionale.
Il Ristorante "Ai Casoni" saprà incantare i suoi ospiti con gustosi piatti a base di pesce che faranno riscoprire gli antichi sapori custoditi nel tempo.
Inoltre, l’eccellente enoteca saprà proporre il giusto abbinamento con i migliori vini….. testimoni silenti di esperienze uniche.

Ai Casoni, il tramonto corteggia la laguna...Son mille anni che giocano, e non sono mai stanchi….

Punto di incontro esclusivo dove il tempo si è fermato per lasciare spazio alla seduzione della laguna.

Ambiente intimo ed elegante inserito in una location assolutamente unica.

Per godersi un fresco aperitivo all’aperto nella splendida terrazza affacciata sull’acqua, all’ora del tramonto.

Per una romantica cena sotto la magia di un cielo stellato, nell’ esclusivo tavolo sull’acqua, illuminati solamente dalla tenue luce di una lanterna.

La specialità è il pesce fresco del nostro mare, unico ingrediente di alta qualità presente nelle ricette fedeli alle tradizioni del territorio, ma rinnovate con la fantasia e la professionalità dei nostri cuochi.

E’ il buono che nasce rispettando la natura, esaltando la genuinità delle materie prime e dei prodotti locali.


Un’atmosfera raffinata nella sua semplicità.


“La lingua non è sufficiente a dire, e la mano a scrivere, tutte le meraviglie del mare.” (Cristoforo Colombo)
…noi ve le faremo assaporare…


Semplici parole non sono in grado di descrivere le emozioni che la laguna
può suscitare.


Mangiare è uno dei quattro scopi della vita...
quali siano gli altri tre, nessuno lo ha mai saputo.
(antico proverbio)
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Inaugurated in 1984, the museum houses a large part of the memorabilia of Ippolito Nievo, one of Italy’s most popular writers and the author of the novel “Confessions of an Italian”.
It contains around one hundred items, including a trunk and clothes belonging to the writer. The collection was initially made possible thanks to materials from the Castle of Colloredo of Montalbano, where it was originally housed. The castle was forced to remove these items due to the major earthquake that hit Friuli in 1976.
In the display cabinets of the “Ippolito Nievo” Museum in Fossalta di Portogruaro – housed in the Town Arts Centre – are all the editions of the aforementioned masterpiece and an original copy of the newspaper “Il Caffè”, signed by Nievo..




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This was the first sanctuary built in Italy in honour of the Holy Virgin, known as the “Madonna of Fatima”.
Work began in 1947 on land donated by Count Gaetano Marzotto, on the outskirts of the town of Portogruaro, along the Treviso-Portogruaro state highway. The foundations of the church and the convent were laid on 13th September 1949 and excavation began two days later.
The sanctuary was consecrated by Bishop Vittorio De Zanche on 13th May 1954. Since 1999, the convent adjacent to the sanctuary has been the home of the Centre for Evangelisation of the Capuchins of Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia.







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This was built around the mid-12th century and was once called Porta del Bando and then Porta S. Lazzaro (St. Lazarus’ Gate) after the lepers’ 
hospice of the same name, which was built in 1203 on what is now via Zappetti. It was restored in 1555-56 by podestà Girolamo Zorzi, as the inscription above the gate recalls.

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 This was built in 1592 at the behest of monsignor Matteo Sanudi, Marquis of Cordovado, who accepted the request of a woman (and of the local community) who was the protagonist of an extraordinary and miraculous event: the apparition of the Virgin Mary who requested that a church be built and dedicated to her.
The Sanctuary was completed in 1602 and consecrated on the first of May the following year. The fame of the graces and miracles spread beyond Veneto, as far as Austria, from which dozens of the faithful came on pilgrimage.
The main altar has an image of the Virgin Mary by Andrea Bortolotti, known as “il Brunello”.















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The latest discovery dates back to 2013. Two Roman sarcophagi were found outside what were once the ancient town walls. The monument, which is today temporarily housed under the Municipal Loggia, dates back to the late 2nd century A.D. It is made up of a podium in blocks of Calcare di Aurisina, originally with three levels.
The whole construction reached a height of 1.3 metres and had a perimeter base of 6.5 x 1.7 metres. At the top of the podium, as it was originally, the fragments of the two main sarcophagi in decorated preconnesio marble have been placed.
They were approximately 1.7 high and over 2 metres long and were demolished in ancient times.


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San Michele al Tagliamento was virtually rebuilt after the Second World War. Among the various restorations is the little Church of St. Elizabeth of the Agnolina, inside which are two frescoes that date back to the 16th century, showing the Blessed Virgin of the Graces and the Annunciation with the Trinity.

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The enchanting effects of the lighthouse

The lighthouse is steeped in a poetic sense of nostalgia and the sight of it alone is enough to have an impact on your overall impression of the town.

From the sea, the tall white tower can easily be picked out against the backdrop of the trees as it stands out brightly on the beach. While it no longer serves its former purpose, it is bursting with vibrant historical appeal and continues to fascinate the many visitors who come to Bibione every year.

The lighthouse was built near the mouth of the Tagliamento River in the early 20th century. Once a navigational aid for those at sea, it has now been transformed into a place where holidaymakers from afar can gather.

The house next to the lighthouse is now used as a venue for art exhibitions, music events, high-calibre environmental studies, conventions and conferences. There are cycle and pedestrian paths to both the South and the North of the lighthouse, so cyclists often stop to take a break and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. It’s a great place to walk your dog and some people come here every day simply to admire the breathtaking landscape and savour the natural wonders all around.

We mustn’t forget…
…the natural marvels all around the lighthouse! The area combines a number of different habitats. Thanks to the nearby river, typical Mediterranean plants grow alongside Alpine flora and orchids in a perfectly balanced environment.

Transfer service for people who have mobility issues
From June to September, there’s a transfer service to Bibione lighthouse for people who have mobility issues. It departs from the local council office at 84 Via Maja. The service is free and it must be booked in advance. 
Information and bookings: iat@comunesanmichele.it // Tel. +39 0431 444846


Is the lighthouse calling you? Head down to the shore and experience it for yourself!
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It is the bike path parallel to the beach, safe for children, and accessible to everybody, which crosses the entire Bibione coast from east to west.

To divide the cycle path from the pedestrian one there are flowers and shrubs, so from spring to summer, different blooms color the flowerbeds,
and their scent is mixed with the air rich in sea salt.

The sections of pedestrian crossing to access the beach are numerous and well-marked, and there are accesses with slides, some with a high slope.

At the same time, there is a pedestrian pathway where manual wheelchairs, electric wheelchairs and electric scooters can pass.
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The Dominican convent complex passed into private hands in the 19th century, purchased in lots by families whose names survive: Palazzo Marzin, Palazzo Mainardi and Palazzo Cecchini. Interesting 19th century frescoes adorn the interiors of Palazzo Cecchini, with episodes ranging from allegorical and patriotic scenes to grotesques and landscapes with a Pompeian and neo-Gothic flavour.

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