The territory of Rosolina Mare is rich in attractions,
art city, museums and many leisure opportunities.
  • Type: CITY

Town of Adria

Adria, the city that gave its name to the Adriatic Sea, an important center already in Greek times in the 6th century BC, was a flourishing port at the mouth of the northern branch of the Po River, in the area where Etruscan and Gallic influences meet. To get to know the town better, you should visit the historic center characterized by churches, the Municipal Theatre, the National Museum of Archaeology and the Riviera on the Bianco Canal.

  • Type: CITY

Town of Chioggia

Chioggia, called “Little Venice”, is a lively and populous seaside town. With its Venetian-style buildings overlooking the canals, Chioggia’s characteristic boats called “Bragozzi” with their colorful sails, fish market, churches and monuments that seem to take us back through the centuries to the time of the Doges and the Serenissima. In the summer season, the Palio de La Marciliana is staged in Chioggia: the historical re-enactment of the War of Chioggia is absolutely unmissable.

  • Type: CITY

City of Ferrara

Ferrara, called the “city of bicycles”, was the capital of the Duchy of Ferrara during the rule of the Este (or Estensi) family, when it was an important political, artistic and cultural center. The city’s symbol and main attraction is the Estense Castle, imposing 14th-century works. Not to be missed while visiting the city are Palazzo dei Diamanti, Palazzo Schifanoia, Piazza delle Erbe and the Cathedral.

  • Type: CITY

City of Padova

An ancient legend says that the city was founded by Antenore, a homeric hero who fled from burning Troy. Important town in Veneto, in Padua you can visit many interesting historical sites. Here are just a few of them: Prato della Valle, one of the largest markets in Europe, the Basilica of S.Antonio, the Scrovegni Chapel, which boasts works by Giotto, Piazza dei Gentlemen, with the old astronomical clock tower and Bo Palace, the old seat of the University of Padua.

  • Type: CITY

City of Venice

The city of Venice was for 1100 years the capital of the Venetian Republic of Serenissima and is known in this respect as Serenissima, Dominanta and Queen of the Adriatic. Thanks to its urban particularities and its artistic heritage, Venice is universally considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world and has been declared by UNESCO, together with its lagoon, a World Heritage Site. Piazza San Marco, the Rialto Bridge, the Accademia Gallery and the Arsenale Towers are just some of the places worth visiting in Venice.

  • Address : Località Smergoncino 7, Adria (RO)

Adria International Raceway

Adria International Raceway, which has been operating since 2001, has become one of the most important hubs in Italy for national and international motorsport activities, as well as a complete structure to host events of different types from exhibition to Congress. The track can accommodate up to 32 cars in short races and up to 50 cars in long races. The track structure is such that it can guarantee overtaking maneuvers and increase the spectacular component of the competition.

  • Address : str. Badini, 59 Adria

National Archaeological Museum of Adria

The museum illustrates the history of the town. Adria, an early port town situated along a now extinct branch of the river Po. The most characteristic finds are numerous fragments of ancient pottery with black and red figures, Etruscan bronze vessels, mainly linked to the 6th and 5th centuries BC, when the port experienced its heyday. As for the Roman era, the focus of the exhibition is on bottles of excellent quality.

  • Type: KART TRACK
  • Address : str. Canal di Valle, 3 Chioggia

Chioggia Kart

The circuit is spread over an open area of 20,000 square meters, the track is 600 meters long, 6.5 meters wide and has 13 curves of pure adrenaline. Fun with family or friends is guaranteed.