Chioggia is located 35 km from Villa Tron Mioni , and just over 50 km from Venice. Known as " Little Venice " , Chioggia was part of the Venetian Republic from 1380 to 1797. In Chioggia , as in Venice , there are streets, squares , channels. Canal Vena is the main : passes through the historic center , you overlook buildings and important churches and is crossed by nine bridges.

Chioggia is famous for its fish market , for the variety and quality of its fresh fish. The Fish Festival , held in July, is an excellent opportunity to taste in quantity by choosing among four food stands, with typical Chioggia menu. Among the celebrations, do not miss The Marciliana which takes place in June, historical re-enactment in medieval costumes with historical parades and competitions between districts .